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Primorye milkmaids will be replaced by robots
The grand opening of the first dairy robotic farm in Primorye was held 28 November in the village of Mikhailovka, the administration of Primorsky Krai informs. Now milking cows is engaged in a specially programmed robot.
An unusual project to create a robofer was implemented by two brothers from the Mikhailovsky district. The regional budget allocated 17,8 million rubles to the innovative facility.
Now the farm has 44 cows, the process of their milking completely passes without human intervention. Animals approach the device that carries out the expressing of milk, independently. On average, each individual undergoes this procedure on 15 once a day, which allows producing more 120 liters of milk per day.
Feeding of food for the inhabitants of the robocopy is also carried out by a special apparatus. Now the food for cows is bought, but in the near future the owners of the farm plan to switch to independent production of food for cows. In addition, it is planned to increase the number of individuals, and in 7 years farmers expect full payback of the project.
Vice-governor of Primorye Sergei Sidorenko, who took part in the opening ceremony of the site, noted that the implementation of innovative ideas of this kind contributes to attracting the younger generation, opening up the potential of rural areas of Primorye and increasing the quality of labor along the edge.
According to the deputy governor, the first know-how farm should encourage the rest of Primorye to create such projects. Given that the state is able to assume in fact 50% of expenditures, municipalities and districts of Primorsky Krai are also obliged to support initiative residents, Sergei Sidorenko stated.
The issue of the development of own dairy farming in Primorsky Krai is under the special control of the head of the region Vladimir Miklushevsky. The governor has repeatedly stated that this is extremely necessary for the region, especially now, during the course of import substitution in the country.
It is noteworthy that over the past few years almost 160 million rubles have been allocated from the regional treasury to implement agricultural programs in the form of grants and subsidies. In total, nearly 2,5 billion rubles were spent to support agriculture in Primorye this year.