In the Naro-Fominsk city district, a poultry farm has upgraded a second-order breeding reproducer, where new buildings for more than 20,000 birds will be built, the regional Ministry of Agriculture reports.
“The total investment in the project will be more than 220 million rubles. New buildings of the loudspeaker will be equipped with new high-tech equipment and will be designed for 21.6 thousand heads of replacement young stock of the parent stock. This project will significantly affect the reduction of import dependence and increase the level of biological and food security of the region,” said Georgy Filimonov, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Moscow Region, who is in charge of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
In November last year, a new structural subdivision of the poultry farm for the production of hatching eggs of the final hybrid of broiler chickens reached its planned capacity. 29 poultry houses were reconstructed, engineering networks and communications were replaced, and gasification of production facilities was carried out. The number of breeding stock will exceed 300,000 heads, which will ensure the production of 42 million hatching eggs per year and will allow the poultry farm not only to refuse to import this raw material, but also to offer it to the market. The total investment in the project amounted to 680 million rubles. To date, the indicator of 150 day old broiler chickens per initial laying hen has already been achieved.
The project also provided more than 100 additional new jobs for residents of the Bogorodsky and Orekhovo-Zuevsky urban districts of the Moscow Region.