‘Fowls and fodder: A new trend in India’

Fowls are not a new phenomenon in India, nor are they new to South Asia.

However, it seems to have started in the last few years.

In recent years, there has been a surge in the number of people buying them, as well as an increase in their price.

According to the World Bank, the prices of the animals have risen from Rs. 1.3 lakh in 2013 to Rs. 4.6 lakh in 2018.

In India, the sale of these items has also risen from around Rs. 3 lakh in 2012 to around Rs 5 lakh in 2017.

While fowls, like most domestic animals, are kept as pets, fowl can also be bought as an animal food item, like a chicken.

While this is not illegal in the country, it is not widely available, as they are classified as animal feed and are considered a delicacy in India.

Fowl, or fodder, is a type of fodder that comes from a variety of sources, including poultry and cow.

According the World Health Organization, fodder is a common food item in India and is commonly used as fodder for cattle and fodder for goats, cows and buffalos.

While the use of fodder for livestock has been on the rise, it has also been on a downward trend.

The World Bank says the increase in fodder consumption in India was mainly due to higher demand for feed due to rising prices of rice and maize in the world.

The feed used for livestock in India is generally a mix of grains and vegetables.

While it is illegal to sell the food, the consumption of fodder is not prohibited, as long as it is sold for food use.

While there are many factors that contribute to the rise in the consumption, one of the biggest is the increase of the availability of fowl in India for domestic use.

In 2017, about 40 percent of all food produced in India came from fowl.

The use of fowling as an edible food item is also increasing, as is the demand for fowl for their food.

The use of this edible food in India has also become an important marketing opportunity.

It has been estimated that the amount of foreign currency that has been exchanged in the domestic fowl market since the advent of fawling in the mid-1990s has grown to nearly $200 million per annum.