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Chickens are seen at the chicken farm of Gia Obgaidze, who says he received upwards of 100,000 Georgian lari or more than approximately $55,000 in compensation money resulting from the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline traversing his once fertile farmlands, in Alakhi Sangori, Georgia on August 1, 2010.  Obgaidze is likely the largest recipient of compensation funds in Georgia, which he used to start a chicken farm in addition to remodeling his home; according to an attorney who formerly handled compensation issues with the Young Lawyers Association, Obgaidze likely received 187,000 Georgian lari or approximately $100,000.