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In the Amur region will increase the acreage due to the plowing of fallow lands - the regional administration

Results of work for 5 months 2016 of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Amur Region were heard by Governor Alexander Kozlov

In the Amur region will increase the acreage due to the plowing of fallow lands - the regional administration
In the current year, the sown areas for all categories of farms are planned in the volume - 1221,3 thou.

Spring crops are planned to be located on the area 1147 thousand hectares. The area of ​​grain crops will increase by 36,2 thousand hectares compared to last year and will be 216,2 thousand hectares. The soybean area will be 905 thou. Ha, which is more than the 2015 level of the year at 20,1 thou.

In 2016, it is planned to harvest 350 thousand tons of grain and 1,07 million tons of soybeans.
North of the main company culture - soybeans - is currently carried out on an area of ​​533,9 thousand hectares (59% of the plan). The sowing campaign continues.

According to the plan, the number of cattle in the region in 2016 should be about 80 thousand heads. Now the livestock of cattle in farms of all forms of ownership is about 89 thousand heads.
The number of pigs was 72,6 thousand heads (+ 5,1%), sheep and goats - 22,8 thousand heads (+ 4,1%), birds - 2226,3 thousand heads (- 0,3%).

Specialists of the Ministry of Agriculture noted that today the region produces meat at the rate of 51 kilogram per capita per year at a rate of about 70 kilograms. Based on the existing indicators, the Amur Region cannot yet fully provide its citizens with meat products. Therefore, part of the meat annually comes to our region from other regions of the Russian Federation or from abroad.

At the same time, beef cattle breeding is a rather costly and unprofitable branch of agriculture, therefore, it currently requires substantial state support.

According to the plans, about 214,3 million chicken eggs should be produced in the region. However, as representatives of the ministry noted, companies from the Irkutsk region entered the market, selling eggs at a reduced price. Experts expressed suspicions about the quality of such eggs and their storage conditions. As a result, it was decided to organize an appropriate check.

In addition, the meeting discussed the issue of housing in the village. 9 municipal districts (Belogorsky, Blagoveshchensky, Zavitinsky, Ivanovsky, Mikhailovsky, Konstantinovsky, Oktyabrsky, Seryshevsky, Tambovsky) take part in the housing activities of the program.

As of 01.06.2016, the ministry has issued and issued 60 certificates for the provision of social benefits for the construction (purchase) of housing, including 46 for young families and young professionals. The target for the introduction (purchase) of housing on 2016 year was 2940 square. meters Funds from the federal and regional budgets have already been transferred to the municipalities of the region. Also in Zavitinsky district will be built two sports fields.

Alexander Kozlov stressed that when solving the issue of building sports fields in Amur villages, it is necessary to work together with the two ministries of sports and agriculture.

In addition, the meeting discussed the issue of allocating funds from the federal budget through co-financing with the activities of the federal state program. Currently, an agreement has been concluded with the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation on the provision of subsidies from the federal budget to the budget of a constituent entity of the Russian Federation. The Amur region will receive more than 877 million rubles from the federal budget.