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In the Sakhalin region, pork production will grow by 3

The production of pork in the Sakhalin Region will be more than tripled due to the implementation of several investment projects.

A pig-breeding complex for 12 thousand heads in the village of Taranay, Aniva district, will become one of the most modern production facilities both in the region and in the Far East as a whole. The company "Mercy Invest Group" has already completed construction and installation work at the facilities in record time, and the broodstock of pigs has already been delivered. In addition, the plans include the construction of a slaughterhouse and an integrated wastewater treatment system. The pig breeding complex is to start producing meat products with an annual volume of about 1,5 thousand tons of pork in live weight in August 2015. Perhaps the company will build another complex, already for 50 thousand heads, as well as a feed mill with a capacity of 50 thousand tons annually, which will completely cover the region's needs for these products.

"In case of successful implementation of the projects, pork production on Sakhalin will more than triple compared to today, which will significantly increase the self-sufficiency of the island region in meat," said the Governor of the Sakhalin Region, Alexander Khoroshavin. "Also, about 500 jobs can be created, which important for the Aniva urban district, the development of rural areas here. "

Since 2013, other projects have been implemented in the region - to modernize the Teplichny state farm, create a full cycle for growing and processing agricultural products in Krasnogorsk, and boiler production at the Ostrovnaya poultry farm. Two livestock complexes for cattle will be built in the villages of Ogonki and Medvezhye.

"I am convinced that the return on this will be great. And soon Sakhalin residents will feel it. I will say that already now, according to the results of 9 months of this year, in comparison with 2013, the volume of milk production in the Sakhalin region has grown by 4%, and by 5% - eggs, the number of pigs increased by more than 5%. Our task is to do everything so that in the coming years the island agricultural enterprises become stronger, and their products are in high demand among the islanders, "- said the head of the Sakhalin region.

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