The spokesman of the Homeland Laying Hens Poultry Farmers Association announced the possibility of increasing the approved rate per kilogram of eggs to 15,000 Tomans in today’s meeting of the Market Regulation Headquarters.
In an interview with ILNA, Nasser Nabipour emphasized that the cost of production for poultry farmers has increased significantly, saying: “Part of the increase in the cost is related to raising the approved price of livestock inputs.”
He continued: the government has increased the approved price of each kilogram of soybean meal by 20% to 3,220 Tomans and each kilogram of corn by 15% to 1,700 Tomans.
Nabipour reminded: Previously, the approved price per kilogram of corn and barley was 1500 Tomans and soybean meal was 2750 Tomans.
A spokesman for the Homeland Laying Hens Association stated: “Due to the increase in the approved price, the prices of these two important inputs have grown in the open market.”
He stated: 75 to 80% of the cost of egg production consists of livestock inputs.
According to him; The increase in the cost of egg production is while the approved rate of buying each kilogram of eggs from the poultry farmer for months is 12 thousand tomans.
According to Nabipour; With the newly approved rates of livestock inputs, even if the government provides 100% of livestock inputs for poultry farmers, the price of each kilogram of eggs for poultry farmers will be 15,000 tomans.
He specified: The market regulation headquarters has accepted that according to the cost price of production, the approved rate of 12 thousand Tomans per kilogram of eggs is low and should be increased.
The spokesman of the Homeland Laying Hens Poultry Farmers Association announced the possibility of increasing the approved purchase rate of each kilogram of eggs from the poultry farmer to 15,000 Tomans in today’s meeting of the Market Regulation Headquarters.