Rosstat named the largest dairy region in Russia in 2023

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Published Feb 12, 2024

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Tatarstan has emerged as Russia's largest milk producer, contributing 6.5% to the country's total production with 2.19 million tons of milk, as per a Rosstat report. The region's success is credited to investment projects and a high number of dairy cattle. Other top milk-producing regions include the Krasnodar Territory, Bashkiria, the Altai Territory, and the Rostov Region. Notably, regions like the Yaroslavl region, the Mari El Republic, and the Murmansk region have also reported significant production increases.
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Considering the huge number of subjects in the country, this is a serious indicator. Such good results were achieved due to the active implementation of investment projects in recent years and the high number of dairy cattle. In particular, one farm can house several thousand of these animals. Russia increased ice cream production by more than 12% The second place in the Rosstat rating was taken by the southern dairy center - Krasnodar Territory. 1.71 million tons of products were received there, which is five percent higher than in 2022. It is followed by Bashkiria with 1.59 million. However, this is almost the same as a year earlier. Rounding out the top five are the Altai Territory and another southern region, the Rostov Region, where about 1.1 million tons were produced each. Productivity on farms in the Voronezh region and the Republic of Udmurtia also amounted to more than one million. All of the above regions have also actively implemented dairy projects and increased the ...
Source: Rosng
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