M. K. Vyas - Proprietor
M. K. Vyas is Master of Commerce from the Jodhpur University. He was born on 8th December. He started his carrier with Zenith Steel Pipes and Industries Limited. In 1989 he joined Mohan Fibre Products Limited as a Branch Manager. He also worked as a marketing manager in Netherland based multinational company “HUTAMAKI Van Leers. In the year 1995 he started his own Pulp moulded egg tray unit in the name of “Easter Paper Mouldings Private Limited” in Andhra Pradesh.
He started HIND POULTRY the monthly magazine in the year 2001 and has published over 60 titles poultry production, Processing, Disease Management, Livestock etc, for which he was also awarded the Life Time Achievement Award from the Government of India and also the International Leadership Award in Paris. M K Vyas has also visited several poultry facilities in Malaysia, Thailand, Nepal, Belgium, Germany and France.
He had also authored the books- Glimpses of Indian Poultry Industry, Breeder Management Guide, Handbook of Integration in Poultry, How to Start a Poultry Hatching Business, Management of Parents Stock, An Entrepreneurs Guide to Start a Poultry Business, Vaccination IN Poultry and Murgiyo Ki Bimaria avam Unke Upachar.
Hind Poultry is one of the largest circulating monthly magazine on POULTRY from Hyderabad- India. Over the last 22 years of its publication it has developed a large circulation and gained both national and international readership of industry professionals, poultry buyers, producers, manufacturers, Govt. and media circle. It deals specially with activities and problems of the poultry industry besides emphasizing development in this sector with comprehensive coverage of activities, events & exhibitions and advertisement which reaches directly into the hands of targeted decision makers.
Hind Poultry has published over 60 books on poultry and livestock. Management, diseases, processing, feed formulation and nutrition. Hind Poultry has participated in over 70 exhibitions across the globe which includes India, France, Thailand, Malaysia and Nepal.