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A vegetable growing farm opened in Chukotka
Recipients of the "Far Eastern hectare" in Chukotka opened a farm for growing vegetables and raising livestock. First of all, its owners intend to provide fresh produce to their native village of Markino, and in the future, the whole Anadyr district is possible. The farm has already brought cows that gave birth, pigs and 200 heads of birds.
According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development, farmers who decided to do their own thing in the risky farming zone received a grant of 1,5 million rubles for the purchase of cows, and are now preparing to participate in a new competition to build year-round vegetable greenhouses.
In Markino, the climate is milder than in Anadyr, there is no permafrost, and in summer the temperature rises above 30 degrees of heat, so farmers manage to grow even melons and watermelons. Thanks to their work, fresh meat is already being eaten in the village, and vegetables will soon go on sale.