Ghanaian poultry farmers are urging their government to curb poultry imports. According to Ghana News Agency, the chairman of Dormaa Poultry Farmers Association said in a statement that low-priced imports are luring consumers away from domestic poultry and are the single greatest challenge to the country’s poultry industry.


Nana Kwabena Asamoah Asare, chairman of the association, said that government assistance could help domestic farmers meet the country’s demand for poultry products and create employment opportunities.