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Ekosem-Agrar has opened what the Russian milk producer says is its largest dairy facility in Siberia.
The site in the Novosibirsk region will have the capacity to house 6,000 dairy cows and produce 180 tonnes of fresh milk per day, according to a statement from Ekosem-Agrar, which is part of Russia's Ekoniva Group.

Another 15 facilities are also currently being constructed in seven regions across Russia with a total capacity of around 50,000 dairy cows. The projects are supported by the Russian government in the form of non-repayable subsidies and low interest rate loans.

Ekosem-Agrar is thus continuing its dynamic growth path to expand its market leadership in the Russian raw milk market.

How will government policies affect the development of the dairy market in Russia? What is the current development status of raw milk in Russia? Stay tuned for 2nd Global Dairy Congress Russia 2019.

2nd Global Dairy Congress Russia 2019 Hot Topics
Outlook of Government’s Development Plan for Russian Dairy Industry
♦ Dairy Situation in Russia: Milk Strategies for Local and International Producers
♦ Spotlighting on Breed Improvement Movement in Russia
♦ Goat Farm Investment Special Focus: Gaps and Opportunities
♦ Artificial Intelligence-powered Farm Management Methods to Improve Milk Production
♦ Digitalization in Dairy Processing Plants to Ensure Competitive Advantage
♦ Win-Win Dairy Trade Modes with Russia
♦ Dairy Consumer Preference in Russian and Global Markets
♦ Case Study: How to place color marking "Traffic light" for dairy products upon new regulation requirements?
♦ New Dairy Catalogues for Russian Consumers

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