Russian-Hungarian Corporation starts to build two large dairy farms in Russia at the Bashkiria Republic. The production capacity of the company will be 50 thousand tons of milk per year. Russian-Hungarian Corporation “Magyar Agro” plans to build two cow farms in the Blagoveshchensk and Arkhangelsk regions of Bashkiria. According to the Ministry of Republic agriculture, the herd of enterprises will be 3 thousand heads of cattle, the capacity-50 thousand tons of milk per year. To build a farm, you need 50 hectares of land. The planned investment amount is 6.2 billion rubles. it is also planned to create a feed base for which the investor will need 10 thousand hectares of land, according to the Bashinform News Agency.
Russian-Hungarian Corporation “Magyar Agro” plans to build two livestock farms in the Blagoveshchensk and Arkhangelsk regions of Bashkiria. According to the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic, the herd of enterprises will be 3 thousand heads of cattle, the capacity-50 thousand tons of milk per year. To build large dairy farms in Russia, you need 50 hectares of land. The planned investment amount is 6.2 billion rubles. it is also planned to create a feed base for which the investor will need 10 thousand hectares of land, according to the Bashinform News Agency.
At the meeting of the Investment Committee of the region, during which the project was presented, the investor said that he expects to reimburse part of the costs for the construction of facilities, engineering, and transport infrastructure. “In General, the Republic will have to invest 2 billion rubles — a third of the cost of the project,” said the first Deputy Prime Minister of the Bashkiria government Andrey Nazarov (quoted on the Bashinform website). Russian-Hungarian Corporation starts to build two large dairy farms in Russia. He offered to discuss controversial issues and sign an agreement at the Russian investment forum, which will be held in February in Sochi. The investor also counts on standard tax benefits and assistance in the purchase of breeding young animals, which will be used by the Federal budget.
Artem Belov, General Director Of the national Union of milk producers (Soyuzmoloko), believes that the new Magyaragro project is quite ambitious, and the market situation creates all the prerequisites for it to be implemented. “On the one hand, now the price of raw milk is good, on the other hand, all the mechanisms of support from the state are preserved: preferential lending, reimbursement of direct costs incurred. The government of Bashkortostan also provides very significant amounts of support: infrastructure support and additional subsidies for dairy complexes, which makes the Republic very attractive for investment for milk producers. It is also planned to implement several milk processing projects in the region, ” Belov commented to Agroinvestor. According to him, the largest milk processing project in the region is the production of cheese by Savencia.
In General, milk production in Russia also remains attractive to investors due to comfortable prices and support from the state, and this year it is unlikely that anything will change, continues Belov. “There are a number of segments that, despite the unstable dynamics of demand for finished products, have shown good growth for several years. First of all, it is the production of cheese, ” he said. According to Belov, a large number of investment projects have been announced in the cheese-making segment, and they will require high-quality milk.
Dairy complexes in Bashkiria are not the first project of Magyar Agro in the industry. Earlier, the government of Mordovia and the Ministry of foreign economic relations and foreign Affairs of Hungary signed an agreement on cooperation in the agricultural sector. According to these agreements, “Magariro” is implementing the project of establishing a dairy farm in Ten districts in the country. The Corporation’s website States that its livestock of cattle will be 6 thousand animals, including 3 thousand feed cows of the Holstein breed. The project to construct two large dairy farms in Russia also provides for the creation of its own feed base. Investments in production will amount to more than 2 billion rubles. the complex will be put into operation no later than the end of this year, and it should reach its design capacity in 2022. Russian-Hungarian Corporation start to build two large dairy farms in the Bashkiria Republic.
According to kartoteka.ru the Charter capital of LLC “Moderagro” amounts to RUB 49 mln-the Company was incorporated in the year 2018, 100% of shares belong to the Hungarian “Bacalari Agrarian zartlichen of Macedo reszvenytarsasag”. The company’s revenue in 2018 amounted to 428 thousand rubles, net profit-44 thousand rubles.
Earlier, Deputy Prime Minister of Bashkiria — Minister of agriculture Ilshat Fazrakhmanov said that the transition to industrial production of milk is the main business idea of the Republic’s agro-industrial complex for 2020. “We were preparing for this. At the end of 2019 — beginning of 2020, we are commissioning nine livestock farms. Of these, four are brownfield (production based on existing sites) and four are Greenfield (investment site that is not provided with infrastructure), ” Fazrakhmanov said in an interview with RBC Ufa, explaining that among them there are projects of the economy variant, the middle segment, and premium complexes.
From January to mid-December, Bashkir agricultural enterprises and farms produced 673.6 thousand tons of commercial milk (101.7% compared to last year). Bashkiria plans to produce 1.2 million tons of commercial milk by 2024. This is possible with a 66% increase in production compared to 2019. The approved program for the development of the industry provides for the construction of 11 new industrial dairy complexes with a total capacity of more than 30 thousand heads of cattle, RBC writes. Russian-Hungarian Corporation start to build two large dairy farms in Russia