Eid-ul-Adha: price of goats doubled, Sultan sold for 1.25 lakh

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The effects of the corona infection are clearly visible for the second time in a row on Eid-ul-Azha, i.e. Bakrid. Although goats have started to be sold online, prices are also higher than last year. Good looking goats in good health also get good prices. On Monday itself, a goat named Sultan was sold for 1.25 lakh near the Askari market in Karelia. Bakrid is on Wednesday July 21st. For this reason, the goat market in Muslim-dominated areas was very active on Monday. This time they were sold in the city, near the Askari market in Kareli, Nakhas Kohna, Hatia, Rasulpur, Atala and other places including herds of goats. In some places, goats from Mewat and Rajasthan were brought for sale. There was also a lot of negotiation when buying goats. This time more goats of the species Mewati, Jafrabadi, Khasti were seen in the market.

Hatias Mohd. Rafiq says their prices are good with breed, weight, and goats that are beautiful to look at. Usually the weight of goats is 15-20 kg. Their price ranges from 10 to 20 thousand rupees. But the goats that weigh 40 kg or more are easily sold for up to 40,000 rupees. Meanwhile, SJ Rahmani told Kareli that one of his acquaintances bought a goat named Sultan on Monday. The cost was about a lakhs and a half. Some goat sellers named their goats after film actors.

Goats are also sold on a digital platform
Due to Corona, some dealers have started to sell goats this time also on the digital platform. The goat owners upload their address on the website so that customers can make their purchase through the website.

This year there was a jump in the price of goats
Osman, Salauddin, Zakir, etc., who came to Hatia to sell goats, said the more food they feed the goats, the healthier they will be. To do this, goats must be given good nutrition. Their diet has also become expensive. That is why the goat price has risen significantly compared to the previous year. Goats also have to be brought from neighboring countries. It also costs to transport them. Last year the price of goats up to 15 kg was five to ten thousand rupees, which this time has doubled.

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The effects of the corona infection are clearly visible for the second time in a row on Eid-ul-Azha, i.e. Bakrid. Although goats have started to be sold online, prices are also higher than last year. Good looking goats in good health also get good prices. On Monday itself, a goat named Sultan was sold for 1.25 lakh near the Askari market in Karelia.

Bakrid is on Wednesday July 21st. For this reason, the goat market in Muslim-dominated areas was very active on Monday. This time they were sold in the city, near the Askari market in Kareli, Nakhas Kohna, Hatia, Rasulpur, Atala and other places including herds of goats. In some places, goats from Mewat and Rajasthan were brought for sale. There was also a lot of negotiation when buying goats. This time more goats of the species Mewati, Jafrabadi, Khasti were seen in the market.

Hatias Mohd. Rafiq says their prices are good with breed, weight, and goats that are beautiful to look at. Usually the weight of goats is 15-20 kg. Their price ranges from 10 to 20 thousand rupees. But the goats that weigh 40 kg or more are easily sold for up to 40,000 rupees. Meanwhile, SJ Rahmani told Kareli that one of his acquaintances bought a goat named Sultan on Monday. The cost was about a lakhs and a half. Some goat sellers named their goats after film actors.

Goats are also sold on a digital platform

Due to Corona, some dealers have started to sell goats this time also on the digital platform. The goat owners upload their address on the website so that customers can make their purchase through the website.

This year there was a jump in the price of goats

Osman, Salauddin, Zakir, etc., who came to Hatia to sell goats, said the more food they feed the goats, the healthier they will be. To do this, goats must be given a good diet. Their diet has also become expensive. That is why the goat price has risen significantly compared to the previous year. Goats also have to be brought from neighboring countries. It also costs to transport them. Last year the price of goats up to 15 kg was five to ten thousand rupees, which this time has doubled.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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