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South Kazakhstan provides itself with poultry meat by 70%
Thursday, 05 October 2017 11:05

To date, about 2.5 million birds are being grown in the South Kazakhstan region. About 50% belong to private and subsidiary farming.

The region is able to provide the population with its own poultry meat by 70%, and by 75% - by egg production, the IA “Kazakh-Zerno” reports.

According to the press service of the akim of the South Kazakhstan region, this year in the Tolebi region of the South Kazakhstan region, 20 agricultural cooperatives have been established. One of them is the agricultural production cooperative "Lenger kus" - for the production of poultry meat.

It should be noted that this year the construction of a poultry farm of an agricultural cooperative, which has united 20 members, is being completed. The enterprise, which will be launched by the end of the year, will annually be able to produce up to 200 tons of poultry meat.

Today, new and fully automated equipment is being installed. Currently, the infrastructure of a poultry farm located on 2.5 hectares of land is being developed. Thanks to the association of farmers in the cooperative, 50% of the costs are subsidized by the state.

According to the chairman of the cooperative, 80 tenge of subsidies will be received for each kilogram of produced meat, and 20 tenge of subsidies for feed. After the project is fully implemented, farmers plan to supply about 200 tons of poultry meat to “Shymkent kus” enterprise.




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