The vice president of the Association of Iranian Meat Poultry Guilds, criticizing the regulators, said: “The increase in the price of livestock inputs while the world price has not increased and there has been no change in the exchange rate policy in the country. This price increase has only taken place because of the regulatory vacuum
Asadullah Nejad noted at the end: for no reasonable reason in less than 4 months per kilogram of corn increased from 750 tomans to 1,120 tomans and each kg of soybean meal increased from 1,500 to 450 tomans to 2,500 and 150 tomans. .
Distribution of 820 tons of rice and poultry in Sistan and Baluchistan
Market Director of Sistan & Baluchestan Agricultural Jihad Organization of Products and Entities said: 820 tonnes of frozen rice and poultry have been distributed throughout the province as of February.
Siamak Sarabandi said: Market implementation plan, which started on February 10 in Sistan and Baluchistan, will continue till April 15 next year.
He continued: In the framework of this project, Indian rice has been made available to the public at a price of 56,000 Rials per kilo, Indian Rice 11,000 Rials and Thai rice at 39,000 Rials per kilo.
He added: 600 tons of rice and 220 tons of frozen poultry (62,000 rials per kilo) have been sold in chain stores and consumer cooperatives in Sistan and Baluchistan so far.
Sistan-Baluchestan Agricultural Jihad Product and Market Manager added: The province has set aside 700 tons of frozen chicken in the project.
He also stated that with the aim of arranging the Eid Night Market 460 tonnes of oranges for 25 thousand riyals per kilo and 310 tonnes of apples for 22 thousand riyals per kilo are being offered by rural cooperatives of Sistan and Baluchistan.
300 tonnes of eggs are distributed daily in the market
Director of Livestock Support Company Hamid Vernaseri pointed out that there is no restriction on egg distribution: Due to adequate reserves of chicken and eggs, he distributes these protein products based on provincial quotas.
The market rate for imported mixed egg, poultry and lamb meat is priced at Rs 12,600, respectively, at Rs 6,200 and Rs 33,000 per kilo.
Vernasri added that 250 to 300 tonnes of eggs are distributed daily to regulate the market and control it in chain stores and fruit and vegetable fields.
“We also want people to go to chain stores and fruit and vegetable markets to experience higher quality and lower prices,” he said.
Failure of the Ministry of Agriculture Jihad to regulate the market for agricultural, livestock and poultry
Abbas Papizadeh, referring to the rise in egg prices, said: “Egg prices are affected by the deaths of the flu and unfortunately the Ministry of Agriculture and the Veterinary Organization have not had proper planning in this area and we have repeatedly observed this situation every six months. we do.
“Regarding the price of eggs, we have repeatedly asked the Ministry of Agriculture’s Jihad Ministry of Agriculture to submit a comprehensive program on the sustainability of production levels, which has not yet been achieved,” he added.
A member of the House Agriculture, Water and Natural Resources Commission pointed to the impact of hatching rates on egg prices. The impact of the disease has disappeared.