Investment in agriculture exceeded 100 billion rubles in Bashkiria
UFA, 11 June 2019. /Bashinform News Agency,Azat Gizatullin/ translated by Tatiana Aksyutina/.
The agro-industrial complex of Bashkortostan is the leader among the industries of the region in terms of the attracted investments volume. The Deputy Minister of Agriculture RB Yury Lysov noted at a press conference organized by the publication Kommersant Bashkortostan that the amount of investments was more than 100 billion rubles. The most significant projects are implemented in the field of dairy and beef cattle breeding.
Recently, in Burayevo district, construction of the livestock complex of the Cremonini Group company (Gruppo Cremonini, Italy) was launched. It is designed for 9,500 heads of large-scale meat breeds. The expected volume of Italian investments is 500 million rubles. Construction is intended for four stages. The first will be finished by October 1. In November, a large livestock breeding complex “Semeno-Makarovo” for 2,800 cows will be put into operation in the Ermekeevo district. It is planned to produce more than 22 thousand tons of raw milk of the highest grade a year. Feedlots for growing young dairy breeds for 3200 heads will also appear here. The total investment will amount to almost 3 billion rubles.
Besides, Pobeda LLC is completing the construction of the first mega-farm for 1,200 dairy cattle heads in the Kaltasy district.
Moreover, in Abzelilovo district, the first robotic dairy farm in Bashkortostan will be launched. The total value of the investment project by the “Krasnaya Bashkiria” agricultural enterprise is about 420 million rubles. Two new tent barns for the loose keeping of cattle are built here, where 12 Lely Astronaut A5 milking robots will be installed. The investment project provides for the purchase of 800 black-and-white heifers.
As a result, the annual milk production here should be 7.2 thousand tons, with a productivity of 9000 kg of cows. All this will allow by 2030 doubling the production of marketable milk and bringing its volume to 1.5 million tons, ensuring the level of milk marketability in agricultural organizations to 95%. It is planned to increase the average productivity of cows to 7400 kg per head, and in agricultural enterprises — up to 9000 kg. The livestock identification will be carried out; the service infrastructure will be formed with the modernization of farms.