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Butchers Division reveals the prices of sacrificial meat in the market.. Buffaloes are the lowest price and the most expensive goats


Muhammad Rihan, a member of the Butchers Division, revealed the sacrificial prices for the local market before Eid, explaining that the market is average, as there is a slight increase in sacrificial prices ranging from 3-5 pounds per kilo of meat compared to last year.

 

Rihan indicated in an exclusive statement to “The Seventh Day” that the prices of beef calves per kilo range between 57-60 pounds per kilo, depending on the region, and buffalo calves from 52-54 pounds per kilo, and sheep prices were recorded between 63-65 pounds per kilo, according to quality and region, while the prices of sheep were recorded between 63-65 pounds per kilo, according to quality and region. The prices of the most expensive children, as the price of a kilo reaches 70 pounds per kilo.

 

Rayhan added that the prices of slaughtered meat are stable, as the price of a kilo of Canadian meat ranges between 130-150 pounds per kilo, and in some areas the price reaches 160 pounds, while the price of lamb ranges between 140-160 pounds, with an increase of 10 pounds per kilo.

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