Russia: Dairy farms for 3 thousand heads of cattle will be launched in the Pskov region by 2025

Published May 22, 2024

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In 2025, the Pskov region will see the construction of two new dairy farms with a combined investment of 4.4 billion rubles, as part of a socio-economic development program approved by the Russian government. These farms will collectively house about 3.4 thousand heads of livestock and are expected to boost the region's milk production by nearly 20%. The Bezhanitsky district farm will have a capacity of over 2.2 thousand heads, producing 18 thousand tons of milk annually, while the Pushkinogorsky district farm will house 1.2 thousand cows, producing 10 thousand tons of milk per year. The projects will create 120 jobs, and the regional government is providing additional subsidies to support milk producers.
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Two new dairy farms with a total investment of 4.4 billion rubles will be built in the Pskov region in 2025 thanks to the implementation of an individual socio-economic development program in the region, previously approved by the Russian government. These production facilities will house about 3.4 thousand heads of livestock; the launch of the farms will allow the region to fully provide itself with milk, Nikolai Romanov, Chairman of the Committee for Agriculture and State Technical Supervision of the Pskov Region, told TASS. "In 2025, a new dairy farm with a capacity of more than 2.2 thousand heads will be built. It will be built in the Bezhanitsky district. It will be a dairy complex. Thanks to this, we will be even more stable in milk production. The farm will produce about 18 thousand . tons of milk per year. This is a significant increase in volumes for the region in the production of this type of product,” the agency’s interlocutor said. The volume of investment in creating ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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