Farmers Switch To Solar Panels
  In Buryatia, in 2020, 12 peasant (farm) farms installed solar panels – autonomous hybrid electrical installations.Buryatia farmers switch to solar panels.Фермеры Бурятии переходят на солнечные батареи
 This was facilitated by state support-a subsidy to compensate for 95% of the costs of their purchase, the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of Buryatia reported.
  In 2019, the government helped 11 peasant (farm) farms in the amount of almost 3.6 million rubles. In 2020, 14.9 million rubles were already allocated. Ordinary electricity was simply not available to farmers. As a rule, such farms and livestock camps are very far from populated areas, and there are simply no power lines there. Such a hybrid power plant costs 1 million 450 thousand rubles, and farmers eventually had to pay only 70 thousand rubles out of this amount.
   In Buryatia, there are a lot of sunny days, respectively, the output per square meter of the solar panel is more than in other regions. Here, the technology of mini-autonomous hybrid electrical installations is just effective. They consist of a solar panel, a generator and a storage system, that is, in cases of absence of the sun for a long period, the system itself produces electricity.
Поголовье в сельхозорганизациях

    В сельскохозяйственных организациях Российской Федерации численность поголовья овец и коз за год сократилась на 6% и составила 3 млн. 337,5 тыс. голов.

      Больше поголовины данного поголовья содержится в сельхозорганизациях Северо-Кавказского федерального округа - 1 млн. 836,6 тыс. голов. Из них 1 млн. 238,9 тыс. голов в хозяйствах Дагестана, 230,7 тыс. голов в сельскохозяйственных организациях  Ставропольского края, 224,4 тыс. голов - в КЧР.

      На втором месте по численности овец в сельхозорганизациях - Южный федеральных округ, поголовье овец и коз в котором составляет 619,6 тыс. голов, что на 10,5% меньше, чем годом ранее.  Неоспоримый лидер овцеводства в округе - Республика Калмыкия, насчитывающая 358,1 тыс. голов овец и коз, разводимых в сельхозорганизациях. В хозяйствах Волгоградской области содержится 118,2 тыс. голов, Ростовской - 72,2 тыс., Астраханской области - 42,5 тысячи голов овец и коз.

   According to Rosstat, the number of sheep and goats in Russia at the beginning of 2021 amounted to 21 million 937,8 thousand heads.
   Among the federal districts in the first place in terms of the number of small cattle is the North Caucasus Federal District, where farms of all categories contain 8 million 163 thousand heads of sheep and goats. In second place – the Southern Federal District – 5 million 823,6 thousand heads, in third place-the Siberian Federal District with a population of 2 million 897,4 thousand heads.
 In Russia, there are 8 regions, the number of sheep and goats in which is more than 1 million heads. The leader among them is the Republic of Dagestan (4,510 thousand heads).
  Despite the extreme drought in 2020 and a 15% decline in livestock, the Republic of Kalmykia managed to maintain the second place in our rating. At the beginning of this year, there were 1,932,1 thousand heads of sheep and goats in farms of all categories of the republic. The third place is still held by the Stavropol Territory. But the dynamics of recent years suggests that, most likely, in a year this place will be taken by the Astrakhan region, which lags behind the Stavropol region today by only 35 thousand heads. Taking into account that the Stavropol Territory is dynamically reducing its livestock year after year, and over the past year it has decreased by 7.6 %, Astrakhan sheep farmers will not even need to increase it in order to be in the top three next year.
   Steady growth in the number of sheep and goats except Astrakhan region demonstrate Tuva, where at the beginning of this year the number was 1 246,9 thousand heads and Karachay-Cherkessia 1 143,8 thousands of sheep and goats.
  The Rostov region for the year reduced the number of sheep and goats by 5.6%. If the dynamics continue, the once-famous sheep-breeding region will drop below 1 million head next year.
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