The introduction of the state of emergency banned the operation of certain livestock markets in Serbia. The purchase prices of piglets and fattening pigs in Pozarevac, Leskovac, Nis and Pancevo have been recorded. The prices of lambs continued to fall, both in markets and in slaughterhouses.
Prices of cows, cattle, bulls, calves, fattening bulls
Collecting data on prices, supply and demand of agricultural products at the cattle market in Obrenovac was prevented. Namely, following the Coronavirus Emergency Decision, Obrenovac Utility Company has made the Decision on cessation of livestock market until further notice.
In slaughterhouses in the area of the Branicevo region The purchase price of fattening over 480 kilograms was recorded, and the price was 210 din / kg.
In the slaughterhouses in the region of the pčina region it is recorded increase in the purchase price of fattening bulls over 500 kilograms and the price was 230 din / kg.
At the livestock market in Kragujevac is recorded decline in the price of breeding cows SM breeds over the previous period. The price was 150,000 dinars per head. The supply of this category of cattle was small, as in the previous week only a few heads.
Slaughterhouses in the Moravian region The regions purchased male SM calves at a price of 480 din / kg, while for female heads of the same race the price was 450 din / kg. For fattening beef over 480 kilograms, the breeders received the amount of 200 din / kg, and for fattening bulls say 500 pounds amount of 220 din / kg.
At the livestock market in Kraljevo they were the only breeding cows of the SM breed at a cost of about 202,000 dinars per head.
Livestock live on the market in Sabac they could be marketed only calves SM breeds up to 160 pounds for the price of 540 din / kg.
Prices of piglets, pigs, sows for slaughter
In the slaughterhouses in the area of the Branicev region the purchase prices of piglets from 16 to 25 kilograms, fattening pigs from 80 to 120 kilograms and sows for slaughter in comparison with the previous period were recorded. In pigs the price was 220 din / kg, in fattening pigs it was 140 din / kg, a for sows the price of 120 din / kg.
In slaughterhouses in the Jablanica region The purchase price of piglets from 16 to 25 kilograms, at a price of 240 din / kg, was recorded.
At the livestock market in Leskovac the same piglet category was more expensive.
In the slaughterhouses in the Nisava region the purchase prices of piglets from 16 to 25 kilograms and fattening pigs over 120 kilograms were recorded. For piglets the price was 200 din / kg, and for fatteners – 100 din / kg.
In the slaughterhouses in the South Banat region the purchase price of fattening pigs from 80 to 120 kilograms was higher and they were bought at the price of 165 din / kg. The volume of supply and purchase was good.
At the livestock market in Čačak both categories of piglets have fallen. For pigs up to 15 kilograms the price was 230 din / kg, and for heads from 16 to 25 kilograms the price was 220 din / kg.
At the livestock market in Kragujevac piglets were cheaper. Throats from 16 to 25 kilograms could usually be marketed at the price of 220 din / kg.
At the livestock market in Kraljevo they could be marketed fertile gilts for the price from 35.700 din / kg.
Prices of lambs, kids, sheep, heifers, cattle and goats
In the area of the Branicev region in slaughterhouses the purchase price of lambs has fallen. Throttles are most commonly bought at a price of 260 din / kg. In contrast, the purchase price of sheep was higher, at 120 din / kg.
The cattle market in Cacak recorded a decrease in the price of lambs to 250 din / kg. In addition to the lambs, there could have been even higher hens at a price of 200 din / kg, sheep at a price of 120 din / kg and rams for breeding at a price of 20,000 dinars per head.
In the slaughterhouses in the Nis area The increase in the purchase price of lambs was recorded and the price was 270 din / kg. The volume of purchases was at an average level. The cattle market in Niš resulted in rasta prices of kids at 220 din / kg.
Livestock live in Uzice at the market the purchase prices of lambs and sheep were higher than in the previous period, and the price for lambs was 280 din / kg, and at sheep 150 din / kg.
In slaughterhouses in the area of the Zlatibor region, the purchase price of lambs was higher.
Breeders and merchants are to the market in Kraljevo only brought the rams for breeding at a cost of almost 30,000 dinars per head. Slaughterhouses from the area of the Kings bought lambs and sheep. The purchase prices did not change compared to the previous period.
Prices of alfalfa flour, livestock barley, soybean meal
Wheat market in Cacak recorded a drop in wheat to 25 din / kg and crown corn, naturally dried at 22 din / kg. In retail stores, wheat and barley could be marketed packed in bags at a price of 25 din / kg, corn crowned, naturally dried at a price of 22 din / kg, withexact flour at a price of 19 din / kg, and on farms in the vicinity of alfalfa hay in bales at a price of 18 din / kg.
On farms in the vicinity of Kikinda, the prices of soybean meal increased to the dominant 70 din / kg. At retail outlets in the Kikinda area the price of soybean meal decreased to 68 din / kg and sunflower pellets at 40din / kg.
In Zrenjanin The increase in the price of corn crown, naturally dried in silos, was recorded at 16 din / kg.
At the market in Uziceu has seen growth prices of cattle flour on 20 din / kg.
At the market in Niš Wheat and maize prices were higher, as in both crops the price was 25 din / kg. The bid was average.
On the farms around Pancevo alfalfa hay it was more expensive in the bales. Most often, it could be priced at 16 din / kg. The same period saw a decline in the dominant price of corn, crowned with naturally dried packed in 50 kg bags at 15 din / kg.
In the area of Pozarevac in retail stores, the prices of soybean meal and livestock flour were lower. The price of soybean meal was 65 din / kg, a animal feed 24 din / kg.
On the farms in the vicinity of Leskovac wheat could be harvested at a price of 21 din / kg and corn, crowned naturally dried, packed in 50-pound bags for a price of 18 din / kg.