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Economic analysis of broiler and feed prices

Economic analysis of broiler and feed prices

Indian Journal of Animal Production and Management 8(3): 180-187

Analysis of monthly and annual broiler and feed prices in India for the period 1980-88 show that, in general, broiler prices were relatively higher in colder months than in warmer months. By contrast, feed prices registered an increasing trend during summer and a declining trend in the winter season. Variability (28%) in broiler prices was highest in August and lowest (15%) in May. Feed prices observed the highest variability in March (21%) and lowest in October (15%).

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