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The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory intend to revive the Agroenergo pig farm
The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory are planning to revive the Agroenergo pig farm, which went bankrupt and closed last year. We intend to begin with a reproductive farm.
“The Government of the Khabarovsk Territory will work to restore the Agroenergo pig farm in Nekrasovka. We will start with the reproductive farm, ”said the head of the regional Ministry of Agriculture, Alexander Shkurin, after a meeting chaired by Deputy Minister of Agriculture of Russia Dzhambulat Hatuova.
According to him, Agroenergo will have new leaders. The company "Veles" from the Amur region, which was the last owner of the farm, went bankrupt before it "buried" the pig farm.
In March of last year, one thousand pigs died every day at Agroenergo. Later, the owners of the company began to slaughter the rest of the livestock. From the sale of meat, the company "Veles" planned to pay off multi-million wage arrears, but the money was not enough. Funding was not found to repay debts to electricity and gas suppliers.
Last summer, the owners of Agroenergo sent a letter to the regional Ministry of Agriculture, informing them that they intend to eliminate the remaining livestock and stop the activities of the once largest enterprise. There was no investor for the perishing farm, so the owners decided to close it.