chicken prices fall after holi due to corona virus new rate list here dlnh

Chicken prices also fall amid Corona's increasing cases

Chicken prices have also fallen amid rising cases of corona

Nearly 5 lakh chickens are supplied daily from Ghazipur mandi not only in Delhi-NCR but also in the nearby cities. But it is also believed that the fear of Corona has engulfed the chicken market as well.

new Delhi. Holi and after that for four to six days, the chicken rate in the market was touching the sky. Fewer or fewer shopkeepers were not even willing to negotiate. In the retail market itself, the rate of chicken had risen from Rs 240 per kg to Rs 260 per kg. But now after Holi, the rate of chicken is not even 200 rupees per kg. Similar is the case with Chicken Tangri and Lollipop. Not only the country, Asia’s biggest chicken market, Ghazipur Mandi (Ghazipur Mandi) is also not seeing that crowd like Holi.

Significantly, not only Delhi-NCR, around 5 lakh chickens are supplied daily from Ghazipur mandi also in the nearby cities. But it is also believed that the fear of Corona has engulfed the chicken market as well.

Jamil, who runs a chicken business by the name of Rachna Poultry in Ghazipur Mandi, tells how the chicken market is going, but on Holi, the demand for chicken in the market starts coming. Due to this, the price of chicken increases. Not only this, regardless of the price, the demand for chicken also starts to increase.

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According to Jamil, today the highest rated chicken in Ghazipur market is being sold at Rs 100 per kg. This rate is of hens weighing 1250 grams. Along with this, a cock weighing 1400 grams is sold for 95 rupees, 95 grams of 1700 grams and chicken weighing 2.5 kilos is being sold at the rate of 95 rupees. At the same time, the chicken weighing up to 900 grams is being sold at the rate of 70 rupees per kg. Whereas till a few days ago, this chicken was being sold at the rate of 125 and 139 rupees per kg. In this market, chicken meat is being sold from 170 to 180 rupees per kg. Whereas during Holi, it was being sold in bulk from 200 to 220 rupees.

Chicken tangdi is being sold at this rate

Jamil says that if you want to buy different parts of chicken, today in the mandi, the chicken legi number 11 is selling at a price of 220 rupees, 10 number 200 and 7-8 number 180 rupees. While chicken Thai is selling 250 rupees a kg.




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