At the Salegaon cattle market in Beed, farmers say that usually there are about 1,000 cattle at this time of the year “But now there are 2,000, says Balasaheb Ingle, a major cattle trader from Kaij taluka.
Oversupply has meant a crash in prices. While a pair of bullocks usually fetched Rs 60,000, now the price is Rs 20,000 and lower “I used to buy 15 cattle at each market. Now I am not even buying five,” says Ingle, whose clients in larger markets have dried up.
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