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Deer breeding started on Far Eastern hectare in Primorye

Deer breeding started on Far Eastern hectare in Primorye
Photo: minvr.ru
Special project Far East hectare: history
An unusual farm has opened on the Far Eastern hectare in Primorye. A local resident decided to fulfill grandfather's dream on a hectare and began to breed sika deer.

About four hectares of land under the Far Eastern program in the Khorolsky district is now occupied by Taisiya Midonova’s farm. According to the owner of the farm, she was able to choose the ideal site: it comfortably housed sites for deer grazing, buildings for keeping deer and storing hay.

According to the press service of the Agency for the Development of Human Capital in the Far East, more than ten deer have appeared in the farm of the Primorye over three years of land development. Now there is not enough space for trimming horns, so that deer who have grown up do not injure each other during the mating season.

As Taisiya Midonova shared, people’s interest in her pets is already visible: they want to be photographed, feed with them. In the future, the owner of an unusual farm plans to organize a recreational project.

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