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    Meat is boycotted from the tables of fasting people: there is no control over prices

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    Post by Rocky Mon Mar 11, 2024 5:34 am

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    [size=52]Meat is boycotted from the tables of fasting people: there is no control over prices[/size]

    [size=45]Ahmed Nasser[/size]
    [size=45]Iraqi markets have witnessed a significant increase in the prices of red meat in the recent period, and with the approaching of the holy month of Ramadan, the price of a kilo of meat has reached approximately 25 thousand dinars, which is a large amount. Some attribute this rise to several reasons, including the significant decrease in the number of livestock inside Iraq and some... Smuggling operations to neighboring countries, the absence of government support for farmers, and the most important reasons for the decline in livestock numbers is the decline in river levels, which has greatly affected animal husbandry in the countryside.[/size]
    [size=45]The beginning was with citizen Ali Razzaq as he was walking around the city market. He told Al Mada: “The past few days have witnessed a significant rise in meat prices, and this happens every year in the month of Ramadan as a result of the lack of deterrence by the Ministry of Interior’s agencies, but this year it was The increase in the price of red meat was very large, as the increase was more than half the price, as the price of a kilo of meat reached 24 thousand Iraqis, and this is a huge increase that the Iraqi markets have never witnessed before.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stated that “the rise in prices in the markets is the result of several reasons, the first of which is the monopoly of large merchants and the absence of deterrence operations by state agencies for this phenomenon. Large merchants have their greedy appetite open in these blessed days to increase profits more, forgetting that this holy month is a month of goodness and mercy.” It is supposed to be based on the principle of social solidarity, and one of the reasons for the rise in prices is the smuggling of calves and livestock to all neighboring countries and the northern regions.”[/size]
    [size=45]While the owner of a butcher shop, Haj Saad Wali, told Al-Mada: “The Iraqi citizen or consumer believes that the butcher is the first and last responsible for the rise in meat prices in Iraqi markets, and the reason for this rise, as the citizen believes, is the desire to achieve more profit, taking advantage of people’s desire to shop and buy.” During the days of the holy month of Ramadan, but this is not true, as we are merely an intermediary or a link within the consumption rings that begin with the farmer, calf breeder, or merchants and end with the last link, which is the consumer.”[/size]
    [size=45]Wali explained, “In the past few days, livestock prices have witnessed an unprecedented rise in halal sales premiums, and the reason is the high costs of raising animals in the countryside. For example, I previously owned a field for fattening calves, and the costs of this process are very large, as it begins with providing food, fodder, and jets.” And the clover, hay, water, and the service worker who takes care of the animals day and night, and constantly cleans the place of animal waste.”[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed, “Everything can now be bought with money. Nothing is free, and all this complex process achieves its economic feasibility at the expense of the citizen in the last stage, because he is the one who buys the goods, which are meat, and thus bears additional costs added to the final price.”[/size]
    [size=45]He called on the Ministry of Agriculture to provide support and support to farmers interested in raising calves by providing advances exempt from taxes and providing fodder at reduced prices to meet local needs, and to carry out regulated imports of some types of cows that are characterized by rapid reproduction, which Iraq was importing in the 1970s, which are called Locally, in Frizi and Australian, which are very good qualities in terms of increasing births.”[/size]
    [size=45]Livestock professor Dr. Hamid Al-Khazraji told Al-Mada: The high prices of meat in Iraq are due to several reasons, including the large inflation in Iraqi markets, the rise in livestock prices, the increasing slaughter without national programs studied by the Ministry of Agriculture, and smuggling operations in addition to... The significant shortage in the levels of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers throughout Iraq, which has greatly affected the numbers of livestock.[/size]
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