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The harvest of early grain crops in the JAR is 4,5 more than last year

The harvest of early grain crops in the Jewish Autonomous Region is 4,5 times more than the 2013 harvest. This was stated by the head of the regional government's agriculture department Oleg Kharaev, referring to the participants of the agricultural fair "Golden Autumn" in Birobidzhan, the press service of the regional administration reports.

In his speech, he stressed that the relevance and importance of the effective work of the agro-industrial complex is increasing every year, especially today, in the context of economic sanctions of European countries against Russia. According to him, the farmers of the region managed to get a harvest of early grain crops this year, exceeding last year’s times in 4,5. On 14 percent more than planned, seeds are filled for the next year's crop. Good views of the soybean crop. Under favorable weather conditions, it may be possible to repeat the year’s record breaking 2011 - 100 thousand tons. The plan for harvesting roughage for wintering cattle has been fulfilled, and thus a groundwork has been created for the development of animal husbandry.

Speaking of work processing industry, Oleg Kharaev said tone it set by the main manufacturers of meat and dairy products - the Birobidzhan food plant and the Brider enterprise. In particular, in the first half of the year, the latter increased the production of sausages by one and a half times compared to the same period last year. The output of dairy products increased by 30 percent. According to the head of the department, ittestifies that the agrarian sector of the region has reserves for increasing the efficiency of all work.

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