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Owners of "Far Eastern hectares" revive the collective farm in the Magadan Region
The once flourishing collective farm and the village of Kulu in the Magadan Region is being revived with business partners by the owner of the "Far Eastern Hectare" Yuri Kovalchuk. At 6,5 hectares there is a farm that is already beginning to supply regional enterprises with fresh and quality agricultural products. In the production already invested more than 70 million rubles.
The cowsheds were rebuilt on the farm, the first 20 burrs, two bulls and 30 rams were placed there. In the updated house, 1 200 chickens are bred, in four 120-meter greenhouses they grow vegetables. According to Yuri Kovalchuk, there is already an agreement on the delivery of products to the key enterprises of the region - Natalkinsky GOK, as well as GOK Pavlik.
As the press service of Minsk region informs, now 30 employees work at the enterprise. For them a camp was built in Kulu. In the future, people are planning to restore houses in the village.