Poultry Feed Prices Dip on Lower Input Costs

INDIA - Prices of a few poultry-feed products fell by INR10-25 for a 50-kg bag on Wednesday due to the continuous fall in cost of production in the last few days.
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Lower input costs pulled poultry feed prices down, said Aditya Mishra, a commodity expert. Feed prices may continue to rule around the current levels without any fluctuation in the coming days, he added.

In the physical market, soyameal eased by INR1,500 to INR41,700 a tonne, while Bajra fell by INR150 to INR13,850 a tonne, the HinduBusinessLine reports.

Maize eased by INR40 to INR1,360 a quintal. Rice bran oil dropped by INR2 to INR54 a kg; DCP was down by 20 paisa to INR32.60; MBM fell by INR1 to INR47.50; DRB went down by INR550 to INR9,100; while mustard de-oiled cake dropped by INR500 to INR15,100 a tonne.

Prices of ‘layer concentrate 25 per cent’ and ‘layer concentrate 35 per cent’ fell INR10 for a 50-kg bag each to INR1,555 and INR1,235 for a 50-kg bag. Pre-starter mash sold at INR1,735 for a 50-kg bag, while broiler concentrate dropped by Rs 25 to Rs 2,260 for a 50-kg bag.

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