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Egg Cracking Incentive

Monday, October 25, 2021

Independent farmers are doing everything they can to survive as the price of chicken eggs has plummeted for months. Amid the pouring of incentives given to entrepreneurs during the pandemic, the breeders are left out.

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A man feeds his chickens in Kawalu, Tasikmalaya City, West Java, October 4. Antara/Adeng Bustomi . tempo : 172142822199.

ON the veranda of his house in Triwidadi Village, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta, Jumi Lestari continued with her egg-cleansing ritual, not knowing when the eggs will sell. She scrubbed five buckets of eggs, cleaning them from feces. The eggs were still warm, fresh from the coop behind her house.

On that day, hundreds of other clean eggs were arranged in wooden crates. Jumi had been waiting all day for collectors, but they did not come. Usually


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