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In Primorye, launched the second phase of the modern pig complex

The company for the production of meat "Agrofond-P" in the Primorsky Territory this year has increased the number of livestock and launched in the Partizansky district the second stage of a modern pig farm with a capacity of 39 thousand commercial piglets per year. This became possible thanks to state support from the regional and federal budgets in the amount of 1,7 million rubles. The company expanded production and commissioned six critical infrastructure facilities.

At present, according to officials from the Department of Agriculture, the enterprise contains three thousand pigs. With the help of subsidies from the regional budget, a breeding pig farm, a fattening body, a hull for sows, boars and weaned pigs, as well as a grain warehouse with an area of ​​1,5 thousand square meters were built here. Today the company has put into operation the necessary infrastructure facilities, acquired agricultural machinery, annually harvests up to a thousand tons of corn and soybeans on the basis of elite seeds.

Since the beginning of 2014, the company has begun selling its products on the market of Nakhodka through retail chains. In a month more than 60 tons of meat are sold. In the future it is planned to supply products to other cities of the region. Also in the plans to build two fattening hulls for pigs per thousand heads each, which will increase the yield of finished products several times - up to 1 299 tons. The company also plans to start its own meat processing. This was reported by the press service of the Primorsky Territory Administration.

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