WASHINGTON -- Production of broilers and turkeys is expected to increase in 1996 and continue to rise in 1997, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture here. y are expected to fall below 1995 levels in the second half of the year. Broiler production for the first quarter increased 7% over last year, and broiler meat production in April was about 16% higher than in 1995, the report said. A 4% to 5% increase was predicted for the second quarter, with total production for the year ...

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