Difficulties facing livestock traders in Hajjah governorate with high prices


Livestock traders in Hajjah Governorate, Yemen, are complaining about the difficult economic conditions, due to the closure of livestock markets due to the ongoing war in Yemen. Some traders in the temporary livestock market in Hayran district say that this year there are many citizens who refuse to buy Eid sacrifices compared to previous years because of the drop of the price of the Yemeni riyal against foreign currencies, and also because of the high price of fodder, and because many livestock breeders have become displaced, and Yemeni cities are subjected to a huge rise in livestock prices, where the average price of sacrifices of sheep and goats reached (130-200) dollars.

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