THE PRICE OF LIVESTOCK IS GOING UP! More expensive lambs, piglets, pigs, calves and bulls!

The increase in the price of calves and fattening beef up to 480 kg was recorded last week in the area of ​​Požarevac, Užice and Zaječar. The most expensive were piglets and fattening pigs in the area of ​​Novi Sad, Sombor, Čačak and Sremska Mitrovica. While lambs were more expensive, and lambs were cheaper at sales and purchase points.

Prices of cows, calves, fattening bulls and steers

Reporter STIPS from Požarevac recorded last week an increase in the purchase price of calves up to 160 kilograms to 500 din/kg, fattened beef from 350 to 480 kilograms to 430 din/kg and a drop in the purchase price to 180 din/kg in the heifers in the Baničevo region with average supply and demand of all categories of cattle. At the livestock market in Užice, the selling price of calves of the SM breed up to 160 kilograms increased to 550 dinars/kg. In the same period, the price of fattening bulls over 500 kilograms of the SM breed was lower, since the amount of 320 din/kg dominated.

In slaughterhouses in the Zlatibor region, the purchase price of fattening bulls of the SM breed over 500 kilograms has fallen to 320 dinars/kg. The purchase price of calves of the SM breed up to 160 kilograms was higher compared to the previous week in slaughterhouses in the Zaječar region as well. The amount of 440 din/kg dominated. Growth in the purchase price of HF breed calves up to 160 kilograms was recorded during the past week in slaughterhouses in the Srem region, as the amount of 530 dinars/kg dominated.

Calves of the SM breed up to 160 kilograms were cheaper in the week after us at the livestock market in Kraljevo, as the price of 610 din/kg dominated. Unlike them, the price of fattening bulls of the SM breed over 500 kilograms was higher, since the amount of 330 din/kg dominated. In the slaughterhouses in the territory of the Central Banat region, there was a drop in the purchase prices of fattening bulls over 500 kilograms of the HF and SM breed, since the amount of 300 din/kg dominated for the SM breed heads, and 280 din/kg for the HF breed heads.

At the cattle market in Čačak last week, only cows for slaughter of the SM breed could be sold, the price of which was 150 dinars/kg. Slaughterhouses from this area bought calves, fattening steers and fattening bulls, prices were at last week’s level.

Prices of pigs, piglets, fattening pigs

In slaughterhouses in the area of ​​the South Bačka region, there was an increase in the purchase price of piglets from 16 to 25 kilograms compared to the previous period. The amount of 340 din/kg dominated. The growth of both categories of piglets and fattening pigs over 120 kilograms was recorded last week at the livestock market in Novi Sad, as piglets could be sold at a price of 340 to 360 din/kg, and fattening pigs at a price of 240 din/kg.

The increase in the selling price of piglets from 16 to 25 kilograms to 3,520 din/kg and of sows for slaughter to 220 din/kg was recorded by a reporter at the livestock market in Sombor. At the livestock market in Čačak, the price of both categories of piglets increased compared to the previous period. 370 din/kg should be set aside for heads weighing up to 15 kilograms, while the amount of 360 din/kg dominated for heads from 16 to 25 kilograms. Slaughterhouses from the Srem region bought both categories of fattening pigs at a higher purchase price last week. They paid 270 din/kg for heads of 80 to 120 kilograms, and 240 din/kg for heads over 120 kilograms.

The purchase price of piglets from 16 to 25 kilograms was higher compared to the previous period in slaughterhouses in the South Banat region, as the amount of 350 dinars/kg dominated. Last week there was an increase in the purchase price of fattening pigs from 80 to 120 kilograms in slaughterhouses in the Middle Banat region, as the amount of 270 dinars/kg dominated.

According to a report by a reporter from Kraljevo, the past week was characterized by a rise in the prices of piglets from 16 to 25 kilograms and both categories of fattening pigs on the livestock market in this city. The price of piglets was 320 din/kg, 200 din/kg for fattening pigs from 80 to 120 kilograms, while 150 din/kg had to be allocated for fattening pigs over 120 kilograms.

Prices of goats, sheep, lambs and goats

Last week, the sale price of lambs increased at the livestock market in Užice, because the sale was usually at a price of 320 dinars/kg. The volume of offer and sales were at an average level. During the same week, there was a drop in the purchase price of lambs in slaughterhouses in the Zlatibor region, as the amount of 300 din/kg dominated. The cattle market in Kraljevo recorded an increase in the birth price of lambs, since last week it was 320 dinars/kg.

An increase in the purchase price of lambs to 380 din/kg and a drop in the purchase price of sables to 180 din/kg is a feature of the week behind us in slaughterhouses in the Braničevo region. The purchase price of lambs was higher compared to the previous period in slaughterhouses in the Nišava region, since the amount of 360 din/kg dominated.

The price of lambs was 300 din/kg, 200 din/kg had to be allocated for heifers, while the doinant price of sheep was 150 din/kg at the livestock market in Čačak during the past week. Lambs were cheaper compared to the previous period, according to the STIPS reporter’s report, also at the livestock market in Sombor, since the amount of 350 dinars/kg dominated.

Cereal and fodder prices

In retail stores in the Kragujevac area, an increase in the price of corn, crowned naturally dried, packed in sacks was recorded to 42 din/kg and a drop in the price of animal meal to 30 din/kg. Livestock barley and wheat packed in sacks, usually of 50 kilograms, were more expensive compared to the previous week at the market in Čačak. For both cereals, the amount of 45 din/kg dominated. The price of soybean meal was 100 din/kg, while the most common price of sunflower meal and alfalfa flour was 50 din/kg in retail stores in the area of ​​this city during the past week.

According to a report by a reporter from Kraljevo, last week, a drop in the selling prices of soybean meal to 90 din/kg and of sunflower meal to a dominant 65 din/kg was recorded in the week after us. On the market in this city, the price of feed barley and corn rose to 47 din/kg, while the price of wheat was even 48 din/kg. On the farms around Pancevo, corn, crowned naturally dried and packed in sacks, was more expensive, since the amount of 34.5 din/kg dominated.

Compared to the previous week, corn and wheat packed in sacks on the market in Užice were cheaper, since corn costs 46 din/kg, and wheat 48 din/kg. Alfalfa hay in bales reached a price of 30 din/kg, and corn, crowned naturally dried, packed in sacks, 40 din/kg on farms around Kikinda.

Source: STIPS


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