Market will be good if many resume frog farming

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Breeding frogs are showcased.

The number of frog farms has declined though its market is likely to be thriving again if frog farms become expanded again.

In 2023, many frog farms were operated competitively and the market was good, but the number of frog farms has declined this year.

“The frog breeding market has declined a little. The business was pretty good in the same period last year. This market also depends on transportation routes. Frogs are mainly consumed in Lahsio, Laukkai and Muse. We export to Mandalay this year. Domestic frog consumption is large. Majority of frog farms are located in Kayan Township as well as in Thanlyin Township. I don’t want the number of breeders to decrease. If frog breeding expands in this year, the market will be fine in next year. The business was pretty good in last year,” said a frog breeder in Kayan Township.

Including Kayan and Thongwa townships, frog breeding was operated commercially across South Yangon District, in order to provide frogs throughout the year.

Thit Taw/ZS

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