02 November 2012, Friday, 11:40
author: Galina Bakhshieva
In farms of seven Bashkortostan regions – Aurgazinsky, Dyurtyulinsky, Meleuzovsky, Sterlitamaksky, Tatyshlinsky, Ufimsky and Chekmagushevsky – from the beginning of 2012 it is received more than four thousand kgs of milk from one cow.
Thus cattle breeders of Chekmagushevsky region confidently approach to a five-thousandth boundary on milk yield, the press-service of the Ministry of Agriculture RB reports. From the beginning of current year 4829 kgs of milk were received from each cow in this region. Daily average milk yield from each cow reaches here 12,7 kgs.
Meanwhile, according to the Bashkortostan Centre of Agricultural Consulting, from the beginning of the year on average 3263 kgs of milk were received from each cow in the republic. It is for 280 kgs more than in 2011.
In total for ten months 2012 in Bashkortostan total milk yield reached almost 1,5 million tons, 588 thousand tons were sold. Farms of Chekmagushevsky, Sterlitamaksky, Dyurtyulinsky, Ilishevsky and Aurgazinsky regions are among leaders here.