Low Prices for Imported and Local Livestock

  • Publish date: Thursday، 07 July 2022
Low Prices for Imported and Local Livestock
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Livestock prices in the northern Emirates markets witnessed general stability, despite their variation according to their types, weights, and ages.

Prices ranged between AED 430 and AED 1,600 for local and imported ones. At the same time, private slaughterhouses, which own livestock farms, witnessed intense competition on social media to promote livestock before the blessed Eid al-Adha.

A decrease was observed in the prices of imported livestock, as the price of imported Australian sheep (with a weight of 16 kg up to 22 kg) amounted to AED 970, including delivery.

Farms and private slaughter companies have implemented the service of purchasing sacrificial animals and viewing prices through smart applications, allowing the buyer to choose the type of imported or local livestock he wants, and know their weight and age.

Livestock dealers in the northern emirates confirmed that the prices of livestock for this season are "appropriate and affordable," noting that "the markets are witnessing a demand from citizens and residents to buy sacrifices five days before Eid to avoid crowding on the night and day of Eid."

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