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CHERKIZOVO GROUP EXTENDS ITS LEAD IN FEED PRODUCTION SECTOR

  • 8 May 11:56

CHERKIZOVO GROUP EXTENDS ITS LEAD IN FEED PRODUCTION SECTOR For the fifth year running, Cherkizovo Group (Petelinka and Cherkizovo brands) has topped the ranking of Russia’s largest feed producers. The ranking was put together by Agroinvestor. Last year, the Company posted the highest incremental growth among its peers. Agroinvestor has presented its fifth annualrankingof major feed producers. In keeping with the tradition of previous years, Cherkizovo Group took the top spot in the rating. In2019, it manufactured 2.15million tonnes of products, up 330thousand tonnes or18% y-o-y. According to Agroinvestor, in volume terms, the Group showed the strongest growth among all companies included in the ranking. As a. Read more...

Miratorg increases feed production by 6.8% to 397 thousand tons in Q1 2019

  • 23 Apr 10:35

Miratorg increases feed production by 6.8% to 397 thousand tons in Q1 2019 Belgorod, April 15 - ABH Miratorg, Russia’s major meat producer, reports that in the first three months of 2019, the company's feed mills produced around 397 thousand tons of feed, which is 6.8% higher than the same period last year. Miratorg is Russia's largest vertically integrated agribusiness holding. Operating own modern feed mills with total capacity of 1.66 million tons of feed per year allows the company to fulfill the needs of the company's livestock and poultry divisions for high-quality feed by 100%, and provides the possibility to control the cost of meat ensuring the safety of the final product. The feed mills of Miratorg, located in. Read more...

Feed production growth did not cancel the growth of the price

  • 28 Feb 11:41

Feed production growth did not cancel the growth of the price At the end of December last year, the livestock breeders were provided with animal feed, although grain stocks by the end of the yearhad decreased slightly year-on-year. The grain harvest, though yielding to the figures of 2017, was still high, although active exports reduced grain stocks by almost 24%. This is somewhat reflected in the availability of feed: the figure for the year fell by 4.3%. At the same time, feed production, against the background of high yield, showed a positive trend: the total volume of mixed fodder production in Russia in December 2018 was 2.5 million tons, so by the beginning of 2019, we can expect an increase in feed stocks. Despite the low. Read more...

Crimean poultry farming needs state support

  • 18 Feb 10:45

Crimean poultry farming needs state support Crimean poultry farming needs state support, because it cannot grow feed material due to water supply problems. The Republican Minister of Agriculture Andrei Ryumshin told that“in the Russian Federation there is no support for poultry farming, with the exception of breeding poultry farming, because it is very well developed. But Crimea needs this support. Local producers are in difficult conditions, because they are forced to purchase almost all feed material from other regions of the country at a high price,”. According to him, the peninsula itself can not provide itself with poultry feed, because there is no necessary irrigation. As REGNUM news agency. Read more...

European Feed Production Decreased in 2014

  • 17 Jun 11:44

European Feed Production Decreased in 2014 Members of the European Feed Manufacturers' Federation (FEFAC) showed lower compound feed production last year compared with 2013, in final estimates presented at the organisation's Annual General Meeting in Cologne recently. Compound feed production in the EU-28 in 2014 reached 153.4 million t, which is 0.5 per cent less than in 2013. While pig feed and cattle feed production dropped by 1.2 per cent, poultry feed has seen its volume of production grow by 0.3 per cent. As a consequence, poultry feed consolidated its position of leading segment of EU compound feed production, now well ahead of pig feed. The most important factor having impacted feed production. Read more...