BROILER chickens in Malaysia are to be raised in air-conditioned sheds as part of a government drive to raise productivity and export potential. The Malaysian government wants to help phase out traditional open-air coops and replace them with closed-door air con units that are cooler, help the chickens grow more quickly and keep out disease.

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