Business slow as livestock traders

By Jamil Khan | SHARJAH

WITH A few days left to the start of Eid Al Adha, traders at the cattle market in Sharjah are yet to witness the Eid Al Adhha rush for sacrificial animals, considering their expectations for brisk business in the run-up to the festivity.
The major cattle market for sacrificial animals located in Rolla has been a reliable source of animals, to the residents of Sharjah, for sacrifice to mark Eid Al Adha. Sacrificing an animal on Eid Al Adha is obligatory for all Muslims who can afford to fulfil the Sunnah of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS).
When asked about the prevailing market condition, the traders told The Gulf Today on Sunday, that the low turnout of customers was a result of high prices for animals. “Currently the livestock in the market are of local breed. The prices for this lot are a tad high for the buyers. We are waiting for cattle arriving from India, which are coming by ship in two …
-Published in The Gulf Today

~ by jamilkhan on September 16, 2016.

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