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Head of Khabarovsk Territory intends to return dormant land lands “Dawn” - EastRussia | Far East

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The head of the Khabarovsk Territory intends to return idle edge land "Dawn"

The governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, Sergey Furgal, instructed the specialists of the regional Ministry of Agriculture and Veterinary Services to inspect all the farms where the cows of the agricultural enterprise “Zarya” are located and check the conditions of their housing. The head of the region also intends to resolve the issue with idle lands.

Since 2014, the livestock complex “Dawn” with a herd of one thousand cows is in a state of bankruptcy. The enterprise does not conduct activities, the staff was reduced, and the cows were transferred for storage to other farms. According to the press service of the regional government, meanwhile, at the disposal of Zarya on the terms of state rent is 15 thousand hectares of land that are idle.

The head of the region at the operational meeting asked lenders and partners of Dawn to provide the herd with a place for wintering and feed. Also, Sergei Furgal said that after this there will be an inspection, following which all property and financial disputes should be resolved.

“We will return what was lost. If you cannot resolve the issues in a normal way, then we will connect law enforcement officers who will give a legal assessment of this problem, ”Sergey Furgal told creditors of“ Dawn ”.

He noted that the development of livestock farms in the region will be a priority. For those who want to develop the production of milk and meat in the region, the government will provide comprehensive support.