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14 wagons with feeds for private farms and agricultural enterprises accumulate in Vanino - EastRussia | Far East

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In Vanino accumulated 14 wagons with feeds for personal part-time farms and agricultural enterprises

The authorities of Sakhalin are going to apply to the leadership of RZD in order to solve the problem with the supplies to the region of mixed fodders.

In Vanino accumulated 14 wagons with feeds for personal part-time farms and agricultural enterprises
Russian Railways imposed restrictions on sending wagons with certain types of cargo from the regions of the mainland to the Vanino-Kholmsk crossing. This list includes mixed fodders, which are not temporarily sent to Sakhalin customers.

According to the governor of the Sakhalin Region, Oleg Kozhemyako, this issue will be discussed by the regional authorities with the Russian Railways in the near future to find mutually acceptable solutions.

Now, at the Vanino station, 14 wagons have accumulated with feed for private farms and agricultural enterprises in the region. The physical volume of cargo is 924 tons, so additional management efforts are also needed to send these goods to the island via the Vanino-Kholmsk ferry.

According to the first deputy minister of agriculture of the region, Tamara Mulenkova, the majority of Sakhalin farms now have the necessary supply of dry fodder, but some of them have run out. In addition, for the same reason, there were risks of undersupply of compound feed to personal subsidiary farms.