Poultry farmers travel far in search of water

Stark contrast: Shahnur showing the difference in colour between tap water (left) and the water he took from rivers and ponds at Kampung Tuan Sheh in Kota Tinggi, Johor.

KOTA TINGGI: Kota Tinggi folk are forced to travel as far as 20km to get water to meet their daily needs during the water rationing period in the district.

Poultry farmer Maiswan Musta­jab, 51, said since the rationing exercise began last month, he and his workers had been looking for water to keep his chickens alive and losses at a minimum.

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