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Kazakhstan: If you do not limit the export of sheep, in 2022 the price of mutton may grow by 40%, says Almasbek Sadyrbaev

Updated Jul 7, 2021
“Currently in Kazakhstan there is a loss of livestock, drought, sheep breeders do not have enough feed with which they could provide their livestock. And therefore, farmers have already begun to sell their livestock - mainly Uzbekistan buys it. They sell part of the livestock purchased from us to Iran - there is a huge shortage of meat there. It turns out that if before the onset of winter the government does not support the farmers and does not help with fodder, then we can observe an even greater loss of livestock, "Almasbek Sadyrbaev said. According to him, Uzbek farmers buy sheep in Kazakhstan at a "bargain price". “If earlier, before the death of cattle, rams in Kazakhstan cost about 100 thousand tenge, then in April their price dropped to 70 thousand tenge. Now in the south of the country they are sold on average for 50 thousand tenge. And even considering such a low price, our farmers are now ready to sell livestock at such a price. After all, they understand that they have ...
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