Eid Ul-Adha 2017: offer of sacrificial animals in Morocco covers over the question of consumer

The Muslim community in Morocco can safely breathing with a view to the approaching Eid Ul-Adha.

In a press statement released the Moroccan Ministry of agriculture and Fisheries recently out that one can look forward to a high range of sacrifice meat for the approaching Eid Ul-Adha.

Spoken, so from the post by the Moroccan news agency MAP, an offer of more than 9 million animals for slaughter in front of a national demand of 5.43 million.

The question is made up of a need for 4.9 million sheep with opposite 530,000 goats.

To check the State of health of the animals to be in leading up to the Festival of sacrifice over the whole country checks carried out by the Moroccan food and consumer product safety authority ONSSA.

Especially in the more sparsely populated areas of Morocco makes the sale of sacrificial meat for a boost in the stock market of the average resident there.