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    Imported livestock paralyze the sale of meat in Iraq, and everyone is waiting for its arrival

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    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Feb 2024, 4:19 am

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    [size=52]Imported livestock paralyze the sale of meat in Iraq, and everyone is waiting for its arrival[/size]

    [size=45]Forty-eight hours after the Ministry of Agriculture decided to open the import of livestock and sheep to contain the wave of high prices in the meat market with the approaching month of Ramadan, its effects began to appear early and before the livestock actually entered Iraq, as the “recession” struck most of the butcher shops, as half of the customers stopped buying Meat is awaiting the arrival of imported livestock, which is supposed to lead to lower prices.[/size]
    [size=45]Abu Muhammad, the owner of a butcher shop, said in a press interview, “We are not responsible for the high cost of meat. Rather, we buy sheep according to the existing prices and add a profit margin to them after selling them to customers,” pointing out that “our profits increase whenever prices decrease because there is a diversity of customers, but now there is no.” We see customers only at the beginning of the month, and the rest have reduced their purchasing rate by up to 70%, with the exception of some well-off people, and their situation is different.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “The decision of the Ministry of Agriculture to open the import of livestock and sheep and the appearance of scenes of the influx of herds at the border crossings created a psychological state among citizens, to stop buying meat while waiting for the imported livestock to arrive,” pointing out that “half of his customers did not buy because they are waiting for the prices to be reduced even though he reduced the price.” A kilo of meat reached 20,000 after it was 22,000 dinars, in order to avoid losing it if he accumulated what he had.” As for Shaker Abdullah, a livestock and sheep trader, he indicated in a press interview that “some of his clients who are livestock and sheep merchants in the south and center of the country asked to be patient in some deals after the Ministry of Agriculture’s decision to open imports for fear of loss with the possibility of a significant reduction in prices.” He added, “The impact The psychological impact of the Ministry of Agriculture’s decision was significant and will lead to a reduction in the prices of livestock and sheep, even though the imported herds have not set foot on Iraqi soil yet, and all that is published are old photos and videos because the import process is not as easy as it is thought to be, as it takes from two weeks to a month to complete it.[/size]
    [size=45]As for Haider Ali, the owner of shops that sell prepared meat, he said, “The demand for imported meat, including Australian meat, has jumped by 90% in the last 5 months because it is a refuge for the simple and those with limited income due to its cheap prices.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “The problem of meat in Iraq is accumulated and its solution is through importation. It must be careful not to transmit deadly diseases, in addition to the fact that it may wipe out the rest of the herd breeders if they feel that their trade is losing,” pointing out that “instead of importing livestock, the state must go to importing livestock.” Meat and creates a balance in the markets while supporting breeders with fodder in order to establish a fair path for all parties.”[/size]
    [size=45]It is hoped that the “Kuwait” ship, loaded with 19,000 heads of livestock coming from Brazil, will arrive at the ports of Basra on March 5, that is, more than 10 days from now, as the ship is still sailing in the Atlantic Ocean, south of Africa, towards Iraq.[/size]
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