What Consumers Need to Know About Sallah Ram Sales This Year
What Consumers Need to Know About Sallah Ram Sales This Year:-
Covid-19 has shaken up the way Sallah ram sales will take place this year, with social-distancing rules making it difficult for livestock farmers, producers and buyers to operate as they used to in livestock markets.
Although the livestock markets are gradually opening, it will still be take a while before we see business going back to the usual especially with the guidelines that have been put in place.
Livestock professionals and veterinary doctors stresses the importance of protecting public health and asks the farming and livestock market community leaders to understand why changes are being made and to stick to the rules.
This will help in curtailing the virus when the rules put in place are adhered too and in the long run can help to stabilize the market.
It is known fact that sales of livestock will not be normal particularly this Sallah season, buyers will not be able to walk in to the livestock market to make their purchase as they have done in time past.
Also, with the various restrictions in movement and security puts in place , all this poses a lot of constraint for the consumer who just wants to purchase its livestock or Sallah ram and be on their way.
This is why at livestock247, we are not relenting in our service of providing livestock that is traceable and fit-for-slaughter.
Inspite of all the restrictions and security measures placed by the government to ensure the reduction of the pandemics, veterinary doctors and other health practitioners have been given a slip to move around to ensure both public and animal safety.
What this means is that, our veterinary doctors are still in the business of making sure that only livestock that is traceable and fit-for-slaughter gets to you.
This Sallah avoid unnecessary stories and celebrate Sallah in grand style, buy your Sallah rams from us and have it delivered anywhere you want in the country.
Take advantage of our different packages and contact us today, while stock last.
Let us take care of all your livestock needs.
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