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80 egg production farms continue to operate in Daraa ... Poultry farmers are demanding support for production requirements


Daraa-SANA Veterinary Doctor Walid Al-Masry, Head of the Animal Production Department in the Daraa Agriculture Directorate, explained that the number of MZ


Veterinarian Dr. Walid Al-Masri, head of the Animal Production Department in the Daraa Agriculture Directorate, stated that the number of poultry farms licensed for white meat production in Daraa is 742 farms distributed throughout the governorate, pointing out that there are 120 farms for egg production, of which 80 are still in the process of operation. And production.

He added: The poultry sector in the governorate suffers from the high prices of production inputs, especially fodder, which has led to a large number of broiler breeders stopping work, in addition to the inability of some breeders to restore and rehabilitate their farms that were damaged in the years of the crisis due to the high costs of the restoration process.

The breeders and owners of feed factories in Daraa believe that the exorbitant increase in breeding costs has forced a large number of breeders to stop production, as 80 percent of operating farms have gone out of service, and the production of feed factories has decreased to about 20 percent of their actual production capacity during the past months due to the weakness of importing fodder from Before poultry owners.

The breeders called for an end to the rise in feed prices or to increase the quantities allocated within the fodder cycles opened by the General Fodder Corporation, which would positively affect the reduction of broiler and egg prices, which had reached limits that exceeded the citizen's purchasing power.

For his part, Eng. Firas Al-Shara, Director of the General Organization for Fodder branch in Daraa, stated with a similar statement that the branch opened a poultry fodder cycle from the 13th of last July to the 17th of next September, indicating that the distribution is made to the owners of licensed farms and according to a physical disclosure duly certified by the Agriculture Directorate.

In its circular issued on August 17th, the Internal Trade Directorate in Daraa set the prices of slaughtered and cleaned live chicken at 3,450 liras per kilo for the consumer, and an egg dish weighing 1801 grams and above at 3,950 pounds.

Qasim Al-Miqdad

SANA Economic Bulletin

Source: sena

All news articles on 2020-08-19

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