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PHNOM PENH (The Cambodia Herald) – After the outbreak of HIV / AIDS in Cambodia, the epidemic has spread to 13 provinces in Cambodia Large numbers of people are buying food at home, leading to sudden increases in some items, such as canned trout Other meat, especially egg yolks, have always been difficult The sales should rise immediately once you feed the ducks seemed depressed feed.
According to egg breeders in Kampot province's Angkor Chey district, Son said that following the chaotic news of the disease Vid finds that local duck eggs have gone up and that they can't even sell eggs to traders. The taxi, which was once a passenger, was no longer a passenger, instead turned around to pick up the egg Oliver, the higher egg.
One egg can now cost between 450 riel and 500 riel, she said, before it was only 300. Only 440 Riels per ball. Unfortunately, some locals who used to feed the ducks have given up a bit earlier, otherwise they would have More eggs to market. "Eggs have soared and are so expensive now," she said. Previously, the one selling 500 riel has now dropped to 300 riel or 400 riel each. Get up and lay eggs! ”
She added that if the eggs continue to be expensive, the villagers, including her, will be able to raise more ducks But they are afraid of irregular markets when they are profitable and they will depreciate. This time, it's not just eggs that have gone up, but ducklings have gone up. Previously, a duck was priced at 16,000 riel, but has now reached more than 20,000. Breeders want to feed the ducks; it takes seven to eight months for the eggs to hatch.
Srey Mom, a duck egg vendor, also provided one for each duck and bought them. Dozens of different, before you buy 4 to 5 eggs, but now they are He seems to buy things for home, but they say buy them and find them. Buy again.
Please note that after the discovery of more cases of HIV / AIDS in Cambodia, people are saving food. At home each item raises some items immediately. The government has also previously announced that it will not be forced to buy food and keep it at home unless it is damaged. However, people still keep food to eat, preventing them from closing or having no vendors to eat.