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     In Russia there is a service "Farmyard", allowing you to buy and sell farm animals on the most favorable terms in the CIS countries and at the most favorable prices.
      A potential buyer can call or send an application by e-mail, indicating their main criteria: breed, number, price, age, terms and conditions of delivery, availability of documents and so on. As soon as the application is formed, the message about the new purchase is instantly sent via SMS and e-mail to the breeders of this particular breed.
Within two days, breeders have the right to participate in the auction, that is, to put their own proposals with their prices. The seller who offers the best conditions and the best price wins the auction. For buyers it is free, and the seller pays a small commission on the transaction.
     Farmers and farms that purchase livestock for agribusiness (cattle, pigs, sheep, etc.) usually find suppliers by word of mouth or random search on the Internet. As a rule, it is not cheap or convenient. The service will allow them in two days to find the best offer in the entire post-Soviet territory, save up to 40% of money and find the best time, logistics, etc. options, — says the founder of the project Alexander Gavrilenko. And suppliers of cattle will be able to earn steadily on sale. All potential buyers will send you their requests by mail or phone, you just have to decide whether to participate in the sale or not. The auction itself is not binding.
 According to experts, the service will be needed by the participants of the state programs "New farmer" and "Family livestock farms", small farmers and owners of private farms, as well as agricultural enterprises that would like to engage in serious animal husbandry. This is an excellent tool for sellers of livestock.  
    In addition, companies that are engaged in the design and construction of farms, veterinarians, suppliers of equipment, feed, premixes and other related services will be able to offer their services here.
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