Lower Input Costs to Bring Down Poultry Feed Prices

INDIA - The prices of poultry feed products are likely to turn cheaper in the next three to four days on account of lower input costs.
calendar icon 23 September 2013
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Commodity expert Aditya Mishra told The Hindu Business Line that feed prices had been expected to turn cheaper by Rs 400-600 a tonne by the end of this week. However, following a continuous fall in soya meal and marginal recovery in bajra and maize, prices hadn’t changed yet.

According to trade sources, feed prices may drop by Rs 300-1,000 a tonne for different varieties in the next 3-4 days.

Layer concentrate may drop by Rs 500 a tonne while Layer full-feed may ease by Rs 300 a tonne. Broiler concentrate and Broiler full-feed may go down by Rs 1,and Rs 500 a tonne, respectively. In the physical market, soya meal dropped further by Rs 200 and sold at Rs 32,000 a tonne. After witnessing a drastic fall earlier this week, bajra recovered marginally by Rs 20 and sold at Rs 1,200-1,280 a quintal while di-calcium phosphate sold at Rs 34.70 a kg.

MBM sold at Rs 32.60 a kg while maize recovered by Rs 50 to Rs 1,485-1,500 a quintal. DRB eased by Rs 400 and sold at Rs 11,000 a quintal while rice bran oil was unchanged at Rs 59 a kg. Mustard de-oiled cake eased by Rs 300 and sold at Rs 14,300 a tonne.

Broiler concentrate feed quoted at Rs 2,020 for a 50-kg bag while Broiler Starter Mash sold at Rs 1,530 for a 50-kg bag.

Pre-lay mash sold at Rs 1,040 for a 50-kg bag. Layer concentrate 25 per cent sold at Rs 1,490 for a 50-kg bag while Layer concentrate 35 per cent was at Rs 1,175 for a 50-kg bag.

Meanwhile, a downtrend was witnessed in the poultry products market on Saturday. Broiler dropped by Rs 9 to Rs 73-75 a kg.

Eggs went down by 4 paisa to Rs 3.07, while chick went for Rs 22-24, unchanged.

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