Отличные результаты
    По результатам расплодной кампании в овцеводстве Забайкальского края 84 чабана получили в маточных отарах по 100 и более ягнят от 100 овец, сообщил министр сельского хозяйства региона Денис Бочкарев.
   «Традиционно лидером по числу сотников стал Агинский район, где стопроцентный выход ягнят обеспечили 24 чабана. В Приаргунском районе в этом году по 100 и более голов приплода получили 14 животноводов. Далее идут Нерчинский и Могойтуйский районы – по 12 сотников», - рассказал Бочкарев.
   Восемь чабанов-сотников по итогам окотной кампании насчитывается в Шилкинском районе, семь – в Дульдургинском районе, по три –Более 80 чабанов в Забайкалье получили 100 и свыше ягнят по итогам расплодной кампании в Забайкальском и Оловяннинском районах, один чабан получил более ста ягнят в Чернышевском районе.
   Абсолютным лидером среди чабанов сельхозорганизаций по количеству полученного приплода стал Доржо Балбаров из агрокооператива «Дружба» Могойтуйского района, принявший 143 ягнят. Борис Дондоков и Оюна Батоцыренова из племзавода «Родина» Дульдургинского района получили 137 и 132 ягнят соответственно. Чабан Баир Тумуров из ООО «Гэрэл» Могойтуйского района обеспечил выход 133 ягнят от 100 овцематок. Животноводы из племзавода «Дружба» Приаргунского района Николай Мартынов и Алексей Проворов также добились высоких результатов, получив 123 и 121 ягненка.
   Среди фермеров наилучшего показателя добился Владимир Нурпиисов из Забайкальского района, у которого от 100 овец родились 123 ягненка.
 
PROVIDING LIGHT INDUSTRY WITH RAW MATERIALS
     First Deputy Minister of Agriculture Dzhambulat Khatuov held a regular meeting on providing light and textile industry enterprises with raw materials of the livestock industry. The event was attended by representatives of the Ministry of industry and trade of Russia, heads of regional agribusiness management bodies, livestock and processing enterprises, industry unions and organizations.
As noted at the meeting, in the conditions of restrictions due to coronavirus infection, it is necessary to ensure the smooth functioning of the entire production chain – from the farmer to the consumer. The strategic objective of the Ministry of agriculture of Russia is to increase the number of livestock, improve the productive qualities of agricultural animals with the maximum use of their genetic potential, as well as modernize the industry to reduce the loss of raw materials during its procurement and primary processing.
   Currently, the main problems associated with reducing the consumption of raw materials on the market are the lack of medium-and long-term contracts for its purchase and reduced demand for finished products. To solve these problems, the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia, together with the Ministry of industry and trade of Russia and experts involved, has formed a number of proposals to support the industry. In particular, it is proposed to consider the possibility of classifying light industry as one of the affected industries during the pandemic, to develop additional support measures for concessional lending, leasing payments, protection of domestic markets, and the development of modern electronic sales channels. All this will contribute to the sustainable development of the industry in the medium and long term.
 
Sheep enterprise in the Stavropol territory
   Governor of the Stavropol territory Vladimir Vladimirov visited the livestock enterprise that opened the day before in Neftekumsky district. According to the Governor's press service, the site for fattening young sheep in the village of Achikulake is part of a project to create Russia's largest lamb production.
   The site includes 4 sheep sheds equipped with feed dispensers and an automated water supply system, sheds for selecting sheep, as well as a warehouse for storing feed and is designed for the simultaneous maintenance of 14 thousand sheep, and about 50 thousand per year.
   It is reported that in the process of fattening the weight of animals here increases to 45-47 kilograms in 4 months. Investment in the project amounted to 144 million rubles; 50 jobs were created.
   It is expected that sheep will be delivered to the new feedlot from more than 10 districts of the region — the company cooperates with 5 breeding sheep farms of the region, as well as with 21 private farms. One of the directions of this partnership is breeding work and improving the characteristics of the sheep population of Stavropol farms.
   "Stavropol region has historically had high competence in agricultural science, breeding, and great potential in animal husbandry. Today, these opportunities are used for the implementation of the project", Vladimir Vladimirov said.


According to the Governor, the creation of feedlots, improvement of breeding characteristics of livestock will significantly advance the development of the export potential of the region, will help in the future to double the number of workers in the sheep industry and create an additional growth incentive for agricultural areas of the region.
Participation in this project will allow adding up to 5 thousand tons of mutton per year to the regional production. Now this figure reaches an average of 25 thousand tons annually. Further growth of Stavropol lamb exports is also expected. In 2019, the region sent abroad 2.7 thousand tons of lamb, which is twice as much as in 2018.
According to the press service of the head of the region, in total, the region produced 559.5 thousand tons of meat with an increase of 3.7% in 2019. The volume of meat exports for 2019 amounted to 75.5 thousand tons, which is 15% more than in 2018.
 
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