The agricultural complex of the Kolyma river increased the production of milk, vegetables, meat

The agricultural complex of the Kolyma river increased the production of milk, vegetables, meat


The implementation of the program “Development of agriculture in the Magadan region for 2014-2020” has enabled the farmers of the Kolyma river in 2015 to increase production of milk, meat, vegetables and eggs, in particular, meat of livestock and poultry produced almost 40% more than last year, said the representative of the press service of the regional government.

MAGADAN, 7 Dec. The implementation of the program “Development of agriculture in the Magadan region for 2014-2020” has enabled the farmers of the Kolyma river in 2015 to increase production of milk, meat, vegetables and eggs, in particular, meat of livestock and poultry produced almost 40% more than last year, said the representative of the press service of the regional government.

“From January to November Kolyma farmers produce five thousand tons of milk, which is higher than the same period of the previous year by 4.2%, 21 million pieces of chicken eggs (growth by 5.8%), 12,4 thousand tons of potatoes (an increase of 23.4 %), 4.3 thousand tons of vegetables (an increase by 25.7%), 0,6 thousand tons of meat of cattle and poultry (37.5% growth),” — said the Agency interlocutor.

He added that this year the agricultural enterprises of the region by 15% increased land under cultivation, including at the expense of newly formed households in the Upper village of Seimchan. Local farmers won in the regional competition “Support of beginning farmers” and received grants for the development of $ 1.75 million rubles.

The Governor of the region Vladimir Baked noted that the main objective of farmers Kolyma — out at the maximum possible self-sufficiency in agricultural products.

“The government of the Magadan region in 2016 will continue to provide financial support to agricultural producers of the Kolyma. Our goal is to make the local market is very independent from external supplies”, — stressed Baked.

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