The problems of shipping in the COVID-19 have affected the poultry industry in many ways, such as the disruption in the shipping of raw materials for maintaining poultry, and the delays of supply of equipment and building materials.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? is a classic question. But, for leaders of African countries, international charity organizations and large development funds that try to address the global hunger problem, chicken and eggs may provide a credible answer.
Many countries around the world witness a sharp increase in egg consumption over the Easter period. This seasonal jump has an immediate impact on the planning of egg production, when flocks are introduced and culled, and it also affects international trade.