Market grows in Bajra
Bajra has increased by Rs 100 per quintal in the last 15 days. Now, prices falling from the producer mandis have started getting higher at the lower prices and inquiries from the distillery plants have started coming, seeing this, millet has started costing Rs 100 more from here. The new millet crop is not going to come any time soon. On the other hand, almost 5 months have passed since the arrival of Kharif millet. Bajra prices have become costlier from Rajasthan, because Bajra has increased in Bikaner, Ringas, Shekhawati, Nagaur, Dausa, Didwana, Khatu lines. Domestic consumption has increased there. On the other hand, in UP's Etah, Mainpuri, Jalesar Road, Hathras, Kasganj, Charra, Rath, Orai mandi, buying has started coming in millet at lower prices. This is the reason why bajra, which has been seen below Rs 2150 in Mauli Barwala area, has started talking about Rs 2200/2210 per quintal today. Here, the people of UP have also started buying bajra of Bharatpur line. Traders believe that the consumption of millet has also increased by 20 to 22 percent in food grains, due to which a lot of millet has been consumed. We believe that the crop of Bajra was more than last year, but due to the coming of the crop, the prices of Bajra went on increasing significantly in the season itself. At present, the production of millet was estimated at 125 lakh metric tonnes, but the millet which was left 20 lakh metric tonnes, was not there at all this time. This is the reason the season itself picked up pace. Apart from this, due to the increase in the consumption of bajra, due to the increase in wheat, it became in shortage. There is still a long time left for the new millet crop to come. On the other hand, summer companion millet comes, but it has not been sown yet. Sowing has decreased in Gujarat also, considering all these circumstances, there is a possibility of a lot of profit in the millet at the current price and the business is looking profitable from here.