Widespread heat waves hit Europe, and the southern part of the country broke through 38.1 degrees Celsius, setting the highest temperature record in July. The continued high temperatures also caused the death of more than 1,000 poultry in the Lincolnshire farm.
According to reports, the Moy Park farm is located in Lincolnshire, England, and supplies chicken to large local supermarkets in the UK. The staff revealed to the local media that it took the staff several days to clean up all the dead chickens from the farmhouse.
A Moy Park spokesperson said that the heat wave has had great challenges to the agriculture and poultry industries in recent days. The company is working closely with relevant departments such as health to examine the hazards of high temperature weather on the aquaculture industry and has implemented measures to protect poultry from extremes. High temperature effects. The Moy Park farm promises to improve the environment and protect poultry from extreme heat.