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A new pig farm will be built by a resident of the ASEZ "Buryatia"

A new pig farm will be built by a resident of the ASEZ "Buryatia"

The investment project for the production and primary processing of pork meat will be built by a resident of the Buryatiya ASEZ - the Pig Complex Vostochno-Sibirskiy (a subsidiary of Sibagro). To this end, Alfa-Bank opened a preferential credit line for the company for 1,4 billion rubles.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, it will be a closed-cycle enterprise with a one-time maintenance of 35,5 thousand pigs. They plan to build a new farm in the village of Ust-Bryan, Zaigraevsky district of Buryatia, within the boundaries of the existing pig farm.

The agricultural complex is designed in compliance with all norms and rules of environmental safety. Construction and installation work has already begun, five fattening buildings, five reproductive farm buildings will be erected, and the slaughterhouse will be modernized.

Yulia Shishkina, the head of the East Siberian Pig Complex, said that as a result of the project, the production capacity will increase by one and a half times.

“This will significantly increase the food security of the Republic of Buryatia. And in three to four years, when the local market is saturated with pork, we will consider new channels for exporting products - the region has a favorable logistic location, access to the markets of Japan and other countries of the Asia-Pacific region, ”she added.

As part of providing the project with infrastructure at the expense of the federal budget, a 3,3 km technological highway will be built. The cost of the work is estimated at 85 million rubles. The launch of the enterprise is scheduled for 2023, creation of 116 jobs is envisaged.

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