Sunday, April 14

MS Dhoni cultivates Kadaknath chicken in his Ranchi farmhouse, who orders 2,000 chickens from MP

M S Dhoni. (Photo Source: Twitter and IPL / BCCI)

Former Indian captain MS Dhoni likes to use his time well by doing organic farming. Dhoni’s last international outing was against New Zealand during the semi-finals in July 2019. 2019 world cup And since then many pictures have gone viral on social media, where the legendary cricketer can be seen indulging in organic farming on 43 acres of land in his farm. He is also actively involved in dairy farming, duck farming and poultry farming.

Dhoni is now influenced by Kadaknath, a unique poultry breed that is black in color and is found in the tribal-dominated Jhabua district of the Bhelanchal region of MP. Kakarnath chicken meat has GI tag and is recognized for its delicious taste as well as its medicinal health benefits.

It is learned that MS has ordered 2000 kadaknath chicks from a poultry farmer in Madhya Pradesh’s Jhabua district for his farm. Vinod Medha, a farmer of Thandla block in Jhabua district, has the responsibility to deliver all 2000 chicks to the former captain before December 15, 2020.

Vinod Medha is one of the most famous cricketers in the country.

Talking about this opportunity to serve the veteran player, Vinod was quoted as saying by The Indian Express, “Three months ago, Dhoni’s farm manager contacted me through Krishi Vikas Kendra (KVK) and MP Karkanath via mobile phone app Were in Five days ago, I received an order for 2000 girls, which I have to deliver by December 15 in Ranchi. The advance payment for 2000 rupees has already been deposited in my account by the team managing Dhoni’s farm. I am proud that Kadaknath chicks of one of the most famous cricketers in the country are being supplied. “

Scientific in-charge of Kadaknath chicken wing of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK-Jhabua), Drs. Chandan Kumar also confirmed the news saying that Dhoni’s team, which is responsible for handling his fields, kept in touch with the Veterinary College in Ranchi. Obtaining the Kadaknath chicks and from there he approached them.

“Kunal Gaurav, who manages MS Dhoni’s farm in Ranchi, came in contact with experts Ranchi Veterinary College a few months ago to get Kadaknath chicks. Since I am an alumnus of the same college, experts from Ranchi Veterinary College were in contact with me, ”Dr. Chandan Kumar said.