Russia increased sales of milk in agricultural organizations by 3.5%

Cow Milk
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 24, 2024

Tridge summary

Russian agricultural organizations have seen a 3.5% increase in daily milk sales from the same period last year, reaching 57.6 thousand tons according to the Ministry of Agriculture as of April 15. The regions with the highest sales volumes include Voronezh, Kirov, Tatarstan, Udmurtia, and the Krasnodar Territory, each selling over two thousand tons. Additionally, the average daily milk yield per head of cow has increased by 900 grams to 22.4 kilograms, with the leading regions being the Krasnodar and Stavropol territories, as well as St. Petersburg and others, where over 26 kilograms per cow were obtained.
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According to data as of April 15 of this year (there are no more recent data), the daily volume of milk sales by Russian agricultural organizations increased by 3.5 percent from the same period last year or to 57.6 thousand tons (official data gives units of measurement in solid weight - ROSNG ). The Ministry of Agriculture reported this. In exact figures, this is 1.9 thousand tons more year on year. The maximum sales volumes were in five regions - Voronezh and Kirov regions, as well as Tatarstan, Udmurtia and the Krasnodar Territory. Each of them sold more than two thousand tons. The average daily milk yield per head of cow also increased year on year – by 900 grams or up to 22.4 kilograms. The leaders in this indicator were the Krasnodar and Stavropol territories, as well as St. Petersburg, Leningrad, ...
Source: Rosng
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