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The volume of planned subsidies to agriculture in the Amur region in 2015 is 121 million rubles less than last year's

In accordance with the draft orders of the Government of the Russian Federation on the distribution of subsidies between the regions, the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia in 2015 will allocate from the federal budget to subsidize interest rates on investment projects of the Amur Region in the field of agriculture about 125 million rubles, which is 121 million rubles less than similar subsidies in 2014 years - explained EastRussia in the regional ministry of agriculture.

In particular, it is planned to allocate about 100 million rubles for crop production this year, in 2014 this figure was 184 million rubles, for animal husbandry - 25 million rubles, while last year 62 million rubles were issued. Thus, the volume of planned subsidies is an order of magnitude lower than the actual allocated funds in 2014.

At the same time, according to the press service of the Government of the Amur Region, in 2015 subsidies on loans for agricultural producers will be increased. According to Oleg Kozhemyako, short-term loans taken in 2015 will be subsidized by 16,35%, investment loans - by 11,25%. As before, funding is expected from the federal and regional budgets.

Minister of Agriculture of the region Sergey Vologdin explains the situation as follows: “If last year farms attracted short-term and investment loans at an average weighted rate of 11 to 12%, the subsidy at the central rate was 8,25%, and farm costs were about 5%. This year, agricultural producers can attract short-term loans from commercial banks at a rate of 18-20%, which will be subsidized by 16,35%. Producers' costs are comparable to last year. The percentage of subsidizing investment loans this year also increased - 11,25%. "

As EastRussia explained at the Ministry of Agriculture of the Amur Region, in terms of the implementation of investment projects in crop production, the regional ministry planned to complete a greenhouse complex for 3 hectares, which could lead to an increase in vegetables of 1500 tons. The commissioning of the 1st stage of a seed plant in the village of Yekaterinoslavka with a capacity of 20 tons per hour with storage of up to 60 thousand tons of grain was predicted; a seed plant in the village of V. Poltavka, with a capacity of 25 tons per hour with storage of 10 thousand tons. Elevators were to appear in the villages of Vozzhaevka (44 thousand tons), Dim (24 thousand tons) and warehouses for storing grain products for 26 thousand tons. In the field of animal husbandry, it was planned to build dairy complexes in the village of Ivanovka - ZhK Birminsky LLC for 2400 heads, in the village of Lukyanovka, Belogorsk region - Orta farm for 1200 heads. It was also planned to build 10 feedlots for pigs, 7 feedlots for cattle.

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