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German cows continue to land in Primorye

The second flight arrived in Primorye with German Holstein cows. According to the press service of the regional administration, more than 300 German breeding cows have already been delivered to the region.

Cows are planned to be planted for dairy farming. According to the representative of the Department of Agriculture and Food of Primorye, Vladimir Kalinovsky, they are able to give up to 10 thousand liters of milk per year, which will help saturate the maritime market with a quality and inexpensive product.

This time there were 165 cows on board. The plane was on the road about 8,5 hours, the animals carried the flight well. They were transported in 33 special wooden cages. Upon arrival, each animal was inspected by specialists of the veterinary inspection and the border guard service.

At the moment, offspring are expected from the animals. It is expected that about 90 percent of the calves will be female, which will increase the number of dairy cattle. In total, 660 German breeding cows will arrive in the Primorsky Territory. All animals are purchased by the large seaside livestock complex "GreenAgro". Each individual will cost the company about 250 thousand rubles. Half of the funds spent will be compensated from the regional budget.

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