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For the pig complex under construction in the Khabarovsk Territory, the first pigs were brought in - EastRussia | Far East






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For the under construction pig complex in the Khabarovsk Territory the first pigs were delivered

The Skif Group continues to implement one of the largest projects in the agricultural sector of the Khabarovsk Territory - the construction of a pig-breeding complex. The investor has already delivered the first batch of four-month-old piglets to the Rakitnoe site of the priority development area Khabarovsk. On the future farm, there are now 296 heads of hybrid breed F1 from the Orenburg region, and the order of 1 700 pigs will be delivered to the entire farm from this region.

Pigs were brought from LLC VGC of Vishnevsky. They were placed in a new room in individual pens. According to the press service of the regional government, during the month the animals will be kept in quarantine, during which the livestock technicians of the enterprise will conduct the necessary research and vaccination.

Until mid-October, 1 400 piglets will be delivered from the Orenburg region, and at the end of the first quarter 2019 the investor plans to bring 1 200 heads from Canada. These are pigs of breed with increased reproduction. In the third quarter of next year, slaughter for meat will begin. After commissioning, the livestock complex will annually produce 5,9 thousand tons of meat.

The investor plans to put the first stage of the pig-breeding complex into operation at the end of 2018. The company will give Khabarovsk Krai 165 new jobs. The total cost of the project is estimated at 2,2 billion rubles, the number of farmed pigs will be 70 thousand heads per year.