Chicken eggs with figs: a rare food in Hanoi
Farmers in Chuong My, Hanoi feed chickens with lunch, listen to music so the eggs are delicious and have a special taste.
Chicken eggs are one of the specialties of the farm of Mr. Phan Trung Kien, a farmer in Chuong My, Hanoi. The product is of great interest to many consumers who wanted to buy it in the past, although the price of each fruit is almost VND 9,000, three times more than ordinary chicken eggs.
Kien said that this dish is unique, in addition to sweet taste, no fishy taste, strong, the product is also low in cholesterol, ensuring health safety. He applied two separate recipes to make a different type of chicken egg, the first of which he adapted after raising chickens listening to music. If you only rely on traditional farming methods, the chicken flock will develop unevenly and the quality of the egg is difficult to guarantee. On the other hand, if you let the hens listen to music, you can create a better product.
“When the music plays, the chickens concentrate on eating. When raised traditionally, the chickens eat infrequently and are always running around. Play the music with the right tone, they won’t get stressed, they’ll digest the food better.” He explained.
Second, the daily diet of chickens has more shield, a very good medicine for the liver. “I have been working with raw material suppliers for animal feed factories in Vietnam for 10 years, I had the opportunity to meet foreign experts who told me that if you want chickens to lay tasty and healthy eggs, you need to take care of them. Liver. From that point on, I preferred shovels to cattle and stopped using antibiotics,” said Mr. Kien.
Previously, it was well-known in the agromedical industry thanks to the closed production model of hemp, the development of raw material fields in the hometown of Chuong My, the processing and sale of raw materials to Vietnamese pharmaceutical companies. She also developed her own brand specializing in lipsticks.
According to Mr. Kien, in the past, many people viewed it as a forage crop that had to be uprooted in order to prioritize foods and food types. Since the 1990s, various studies have shown that this plant has many beneficial medicinal properties that help treat diseases such as liver cancer, cirrhosis, liver enzyme deficiency. strict with breeders.
“I never thought that my life would be tied to the bride’s because it is a wild plant that is harmful to agriculture,” Kien said. However, in a drunken moment, the mother boiled a pot of water for her son, and he immediately felt it. After a long research, reading a lot of research and understanding their conclusions, he decided to do business with you.
Mr. Kien said that starting a business in the agricultural industry has never been easy. First of all, this area is highly dependent on climate, soil, light and water. Above all, farmers face many other problems, such as B. lack of cultivation and technical knowledge of cultivation.
They have methodical techniques for planting traditional plant varieties to get the maximum benefit. However, in-depth research on agricultural options and how to grow zepo has not been done in Vietnam. Therefore, Mr. Kien initially accepted “planned failure” both in planting and in researching the most effective plan for this species.
“Most of the research in the country not only talks about the bright and moisture-loving properties of the pear, but does not show how to plant effectively, how to raise the beds, how to water. Therefore, there is only one way based on the similar characteristics of potatoes and sweet potatoes, which has the best cultivation plan,” said Mr. Kien.
Agricultural products are often influenced by the market, prices and production are not stable. In the early stages (2015), a passion fruit costs a feverishly 120,000 to 150,000 VND, twice as much as rice. This situation prompted many households to uproot rice and plant sago. However, when the market became saturated very soon, the price of the product dropped to VND 40,000-50,000 per kg, sometimes even VND 20,000.
“When the price dropped, farmers went back to growing rice or other traditional foods, but personally I stuck with pears. At that time the problem of production was very difficult. Fortunately, many people now appreciate the efficiency of beetroot and the growing online sales channels, the products are gradually getting more and more attention for this wild plant,” said Mr. Kien.
So far, Mr. Kien has developed more than 100 hectares across the country. In addition to the chips and the eggplant line associated with the Sadu brand, research into agricultural products related to this wild plant will continue in the near future.