Price of Kurbani cattles

EID UL AZHA is just knocking at the door. Sales of sacrificial animals, especially buffa-loes and goats, in the Rajshahi city have increased, with a week left for Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest religious festival of the Muslims.
The selling rate of cows has not increased in comparison with that of buffaloes and goats this year because of anthrax panic.
According to the sellers and buyers, the price of sacrificial animals at
different haats of the city as well as across the district has increased this year.
A large number of sacrificial animals are being brought to different markets including Naohata haat, Banewar haat, Kesor haat, Kanthakhali haat, Rajabari haat, Mohisalbari haat and Machmoil haat in the district.
The wholesale cattle traders from Chittagong and Dhaka are purchasing cattle from the haats and sending them to various markets in the country for retail sale.
Visiting different cattle markets in the city, a medium-size cow was found selling at Tk 25,000 to Tk 30,000, while a buffalo at Tk 40,000 to Tk 45,000 and a medium-size goat was found selling at Tk 4,000 to Tk 6,000.

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