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Tribal economy will appear in the Amur Region
In Verkhneylinovka Zavitinsky district of the Amur region is planned to create a breeding economy, the press service of the governor.
This decision was made during the trip of the governor of the region Oleg Kozhemyako to Zavitinsky and Bureisky districts.
The head of the region visited the livestock areas of the Yug farm. The farmland area is 6066 hectares. As of November 1, the farm located in Alekseevka has 1390 heads of beef cattle. The work on the improvement of the agricultural enterprise in Alekseevka is supported by the Agency of Credit Guarantees of the Agro-Industrial Complex.
On the territory of the village Verkhneilinovka there is a completion of the construction of a feeding ground for breeding cattle meat direction, already built 4 hangar for cattle and one hangar for keeping pigs. Now the farm has 239 piglets of large white breed.
"We will continue to work to increase the number of livestock in the farm located in the village of Alekseevka, and bring it to 5000 goals. There is already a well-formed herd consisting of Aberdeen Angus and Hereford. The enterprise has completely prepared forage. After visiting the feeding ground in the village Verkhneilinovka, a decision was taken to create a breeding farm here based on the enterprise "Yug". It is planned that in the spring a batch of breeding cows will be brought to the farm. In the future, this state breeding farm will supply cattle to farms, "the head of the region said.
The governor also shared plans to create feedlot sites and mass meat production by 2016.
"Today only from the facilities in the village of Alekseyevka 50 tons of meat were supplied to social institutions. In addition to the development of meat cattle breeding, we can also regulate the price of meat. In Verkhneilinovka, the implementation of a pilot project for pig production is proceeding at a good pace - a simplified content on feeding grounds. By 2015, it is planned to create more than 10 feedlot sites for pig production, "said the region's governor Oleg Kozhemyako.
Also during the trip to Bureyskoy and Zavitinsky District the issue of cultivation of abandoned arable lands was raised.
"There are lands in the region that are not cultivated by farmers. Leased in the regional or municipal fund for the redistribution of land, abandoned arable land should be returned back to the fund for their further transfer to bona fide land users who are able to process it. Unprocessed lands not only do not bring any benefit, but also represent a danger in the fires that occur in these territories. It is necessary to analyze this work, "Oleg Kozhemyako stressed.