VEIT 12 in a war zone

Drivers from Hungarian hatchery Babádi baromfikeltető KFT made a long and dangerous journey. In the middle of June 2016 they loaded day-old chicks into the VEIT 12 in Ócsa village and set out for a two-day drive to Dianivka, a village located in Donetsk area in Ukraine. The 2074 km journey took 43 hours. In this case neither length of the route nor bad quality of Ukrainian ways was the worst threat. Fortunately, both the chicks and the drivers didn´t come to any harm and got safely to the place of destination – the chicks to the farm in Dianivka, the drivers back home.

 

record of the journey

 

VEIT12 in Ukraine

 

meeting point in Rozivka

 

on the road

 

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