Conference In The Republic Of Khakassia Print E-mail

       On July 17, 2019 in the Republic of Khakassia, an interregional scientific and practical conference “Sheep and goat breeding in Siberia – the potential to increase the export component of the industry” was held. It was organized jointly by the National Association of sheep breeders and the Ministry of agriculture and food of the Republic of Khakassia.
The conference was attended by ministers of agriculture of different regions of Russia,  specialists of the National Association of sheep breeders, agribusiness management bodies of ten subjects of the Russian Federation, sheep farms; representatives of science and business.


      General Director of the National Association of sheep breeders M. V. Yegorov made a report at the Interregional scientific and practical conference “Sheep and goat breeding in Siberia – the potential to increase the export component of the industry”.
In his report, he cited data on the state of the sheep and goat industry in the Siberian and Far Eastern Federal districts, outlined the problems typical for the industry as a whole and for the regions of Siberia.
     In particular, he noted that almost 2 million villagers live in five regions of Siberia, which are characterized by the development of the industry. In the Republic of Altai it is 71% of the total population, in Tyva – more than 46%; In Altai Krai – 43%; Buryatia – 41%. The mountainous regions of Russia are vast territories rich in natural forage, where people were originally destined to engage in animal husbandry. The share of livestock products in the mountainous regions of the Siberian and Far Eastern Federal districts is quite high. At the same time, the most effective industry that determines the economy of farms is sheep and goat breeding.
     The number of sheep and goats in the two Federal districts of Siberia in 2018 amounted to 3 million heads:
     The Republic of Tuva – 1134.6 mln. Moreover, this region has not reduced, but increased the number by almost 12%;
     The Republic of Altai – 565.0 thousand sheep;
     Trans-Baikal Region – 496.2 thousand sheep and an increase of more than 6%.
     The export of lamb contributes to increasing the profitability of sheep farms in all categories. At the same time, the potential of the regions of Siberia in increasing the number of sheep is huge. Pastures alone Khakassia make up 1.5 million hectares.
Minister of agriculture of the Republic and his colleagues expressed readiness to develop sheep breeding on behalf of agricultural producers.
    As a result of the event, a resolution of the conference was adopted.

 

 
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