The chairman of the board of directors of the Poultry Industry Development Cooperative said: Considering that the government has recently increased the price of soybean from 2750 Tomans to 3200 Tomans and corn from 1300 to 1750 Tomans, the price of each kilogram of chicken meat in the market should be 23 thousand Tomans. To hatch economically.
In the past few weeks, the price of chicken meat has risen sharply, and officials have promised to reduce this price, and the market regulation headquarters has recently announced the price of chicken meat at 20,500 tomans, but some market activists say that considering the soybean government It has increased the price from 2750 Tomans to 3200 Tomans and corn from 1300 to 1750 Tomans. The price of each kilo of chicken meat in the market must be 23 thousand Tomans in order to have economical hatching of chickens.
The chairman of the board of directors of the Poultry Industry Development Cooperative Company, in a conversation with a reporter of Moj News Agency, pointing out that the approval of the market regulation headquarters is related to October and initially the price of chicken was set at 17,100 Tomans, said: A kilo of chicken meat will be available to the standards with a difference of ten percent, and this decision was based on the chicken grain being provided to the producers at the approved rate.
Boroumand Chaharaein, stating that at that time, problems in providing foreign exchange had caused poultry farmers to provide less than 50% of inputs at the approved price, said: The approved price of corn at that time was 1150 Tomans, but 3800 Tomans in the open market to It was for sale and today its price has reached 4200 Tomans.
He added: Due to the increase in the price of inputs, the cost price per kilo of chicken meat in October was 17,700 and the price reached 17,900 tomans in November, and at that time the price of chicken carcass was between 28,000 and 29,000 tomans per kilo.