thimpu [Bhutan]May 28 (ANI): Cheki Dorji, a former tour guide in Bhutan, discovered his passion and journey of purpose when he ventured into a poultry farm in the village of Dungmin Gewog in Durungri, Bhutan Live reports.
Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, Cheki Dorji, in his early thirties, made the bold decision to enter the poultry farming industry.
He established his own broiler farm in his hometown, determined to open up a new business. However, his path has not been without challenges. According to Bhutan Live, Cheki is having trouble finding a steady market for his broiler chickens.
Cheki took the risk and not only created jobs but also contributed to import substitution with the help of the Big-Ticket project.
“After the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country, I decided to leave tourism and return to my village. In 2021, I started this broiler farm with 500 chicks. Unfortunately, I am struggling to find a stable place to live Faced with heavy losses, Cheki said, “The market during the pandemic.
“Currently, my farm can accommodate 1,500 chicks. I am eagerly awaiting the funding from the Big-Ticket Project. By July, when I receive the funds, I plan to expand my farm,” he added.
Cheki has big plans for his future farming career. He is looking forward to the release of the second budget, which will provide the money he needs to grow his farm.
Cheki now devotes his time and energy to caring for his farm’s 1,300 broiler chickens, which he purchased for over 250,000 Nur. According to Bhutan Live, the livestock industry in the area plays a vital role by facilitating the availability of chicks and feed.
Cheki’s story is a tribute to the strength of perseverance and the possibility of success in his local community as he continues to grow his broiler farm. (Arnie)
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