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Livestock in the Far Eastern Federal District requires adjusting the regional policy of the agro-industrial complex - Minister of Agriculture

On October 1, the head of the Ministry of Agriculture Nikolai Fedorov held an interregional working meeting in Primorsky Krai on the theme: “Developing livestock industries in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District,” the ministry’s press service reported.

The main report was presented by Vladimir Labinov, Director of the Department of Livestock and Breeding of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia, who drew the attention of the meeting participants to the main aspects of the development of livestock farming in the federal district: production of livestock and poultry for slaughter, milk and eggs. An assessment was made of the quality indicators of the industry: the coverage of artificial insemination of cows and heifers, the organization of breeding work, especially the conduct of economic activity in various forms of management.

It was noted that the share of livestock products in agricultural products in the Far Eastern Federal District is 48%. The main production volumes are concentrated in households and peasant (farmer) farms - the total share is 74%, and the share of agricultural organizations remains 26%. In the opinion of the federal minister, this is not the most optimal ratio, requiring adjustment of the regional policy in the agro-industrial complex of the FEFD.

The head of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia called on the representatives of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District to pay more attention to the urgent problems of the agro-industrial complex and cited the Primorsky Territory as a positive example. “Here they think how to raise agriculture, work with investors, outline development vectors,” the federal minister summed up.

On October 1, the head of the Ministry of Agriculture Nikolai Fyodorov held an interregional working meeting in Primorsky Krai on the theme: “Developing livestock industries in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District,” the ministry’s press service informed. who drew the attention of the meeting participants to the main aspects of the development of animal husbandry in the federal district: the production of livestock and poultry for slaughter, milk and eggs. An assessment was made of the quality indicators of the industry: the coverage of artificial insemination of cows and heifers, the organization of breeding work, especially the conduct of economic activity in various forms of management.

It was noted that the share of livestock products in agricultural products in the Far Eastern Federal District is 48%. The main production volumes are concentrated in households and peasant (farmer) farms - the total share is 74%, and the share of agricultural organizations remains 26%. In the opinion of the federal minister, this is not the most optimal ratio, requiring adjustment of the regional policy in the agro-industrial complex of the FEFD. The head of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia called on the representatives of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District to pay more attention to the urgent problems of the agro-industrial complex and cited the Primorsky Territory as a positive example. “Here they think how to raise agriculture, work with investors, outline development vectors,” the federal minister summed up.

On October 1, the head of the Ministry of Agriculture Nikolai Fedorov held an interregional working meeting in Primorsky Krai on the theme: “Developing livestock industries in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District,” the ministry’s press service reported.

The main report was presented by Vladimir Labinov, Director of the Department of Livestock and Breeding of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia, who drew the attention of the meeting participants to the main aspects of the development of livestock farming in the federal district: production of livestock and poultry for slaughter, milk and eggs. An assessment was made of the quality indicators of the industry: the coverage of artificial insemination of cows and heifers, the organization of breeding work, especially the conduct of economic activity in various forms of management.

It was noted that the share of livestock products in agricultural products in the Far Eastern Federal District is 48%. The main production volumes are concentrated in households and peasant (farmer) farms - the total share is 74%, and the share of agricultural organizations remains 26%. In the opinion of the federal minister, this is not the most optimal ratio, requiring adjustment of the regional policy in the agro-industrial complex of the FEFD.

The head of the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia called on the representatives of the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District to pay more attention to the urgent problems of the agro-industrial complex and cited the Primorsky Territory as a positive example. “Here they think how to raise agriculture, work with investors, outline development vectors,” the federal minister summed up.

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