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Poultry feed to rise due to pricier inputs

Following continuous uptrend in prices of key ingredients in the last few days, poultry feed products in India are set to become more expensive in the coming weeks.

Aditya Mishra, a commodity expert says that poultry-feed prices stayed unchanged this week, despite an uptrend in prices of a few of its key ingredients. Prices may increase by INR300-500 a tonne (€3.62-6.02), he added.

In the physical market, soyameal moved up by INR200 (€2.42) and sold at INR 40,200 (€486) a tonne, while bajra eased by INR 300 (€3.62) and sold at INR13,400 (€ 162) a quintal. Di-calcium phosphate went up by 10 paise and was at INR36.70  (€0.44) a kg while maize improved by INR10 (€0.12) and sold at INR1,540 (€18.60) a quintal. DRB improved by INR 200(€2.42)  and sold for INR9,000 (€109), rice bran oil ruled flat at INR55 (€0.66) a kg, MBM was at INR44 (€0.53) while mustard de-oiled cake was at INR15,600 (€189) a tonne.

Pre-lay mash sold at INR1,100(€13.29); layer concentrate 25% was at INR1,520 (€18.36) while layer concentrate 35% was at INR1,200 (€14.49). Broiler concentrate was quoted at INR2,115 (€25.55) for a 50-kg bag.

The Hindu


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