Hen sales boom in France during confinement

Farmers in France report a boom in sales of hens during the last two months as many people adopted or bought them during the confinement period.

A farm in Seine-Maritime, Ferme de Beaumont which sells and usually delivers chickens to customers within 24 hours told Connexion that the interest in chickens has grown despite the fact that its deliveries have been suspended.

Its communications manager, Jessica Salamouni said: “There is a big interest in chickens which is usual at this time of the year. It is spring and people adopt more at this season but we can see that interest is ...

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