Primarily a livestock breeding complex for 1200 heads of dairy herd in the Azov district of Omsk region will be put into operation in late 2016-early 2017, according to a press release from the regional government.
MOSCOW, 9 Oct. Primarily a livestock breeding complex for 1200 heads of dairy herd in the Azov district of Omsk region will be put into operation in late 2016-early 2017, according to a press release from the regional government.
“In the framework of agricultural exhibition “Golden autumn-2015” in Moscow the Governor of the Omsk region Viktor Nazarov has agreed with the representatives of the holding “Russian grain” on the construction of a livestock breeding complex in the farm “Svetofore”, were determined the terms and conditions for project implementation. The parties assessed the first object may be launched in late 2016 — early 2017″, — stated in the message.
According to the regional government, Omsk region for the project proposed ground area is created, provided the technical conditions of the electricity and water supply, and the investor announced the possibility of attracting credit resources for the implementation of the project.
The basis of farm planning laid the creation of comfortable conditions for animals. On the farm there are facilities for cattle, milking parlor “carousel”, an automated system for separation of whole milk livestock.
“AGROFORUM at the Omsk exhibition has been popular among the representatives of business circles. Investors are showing interest in the replication of virus-free seed potato, economical extruder for animal feed manufacture, reprocessing and storage of vegetables. The delegates continued to negotiate. The Governor noted the effectiveness of direct contacts and business ties, which gives the exhibition”, — stated in a press release.
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