Last weekend, EkoNiva employees participated in corporate ski races and a table tennis tournament in memory of A. V. Dubrovin in Voronezh oblast.
The specialists of Kiwa BCS Öko-Garantie have conducted an annual inspection of Savinskaya Niva organic farming enterprise.
EkoNiva Group has summed up the results of its work during Agros 2022, an international trade show which gathered 350 companies from 26 countries. This year, EkoNiva offered the attendees everything they need for a profitable farming business – pedigree cattle with outstanding genetic potential, highly productive seeds of forage grasses and ultra-modern efficient agricultural machinery.
The most prominent Russian dairy holding EkoNiva has published its operating results for 2021 relating to its core business segments: dairy farming, milk processing and plant growing.
The strongest teams from local enterprises and government bodies have taken part in a mini football tournament held in Shatsk, Ryazan oblast.
EkoNiva Group has summarised the performance of the Centre of Plant Breeding and Variety Maintenance in 2021. The key achievements of the year include five new varieties submitted for state trials: three winter wheat and two soybean varieties. EN Isida, EN Polyarnik and EN Altais winter wheats and soybean EN-1107 are intended for Central Black Soil and Middle Volga regions and EN-1319-2 soybean – for West Siberian region.
The annual educational programme ZooVet Master for young specialists in the livestock industry has ended in the largest dairy holding in Russia, EkoNiva Group. During the year, more than 20 employees completed five levels of advanced training.
EkoNiva Group, the largest milk producer in Russia and Europe, has presented its unaudited consolidated financial statement* for the nine months of 2021 ended 30 September.
EkoNiva Group has taken part in the 3rd agro-industrial forum Milk of Russia - 2021. On 10 December, the final day of the event, EkoNivaAgro opened the doors of Dobrino dairy for the forum attendees. The farm is designed for 2,800 head of milking herd and 4,000 head of young stock. During the tour of the facility, the specialists gave an overview of the production processes and demonstrated the animals’ comfortable housing conditions and the state-of-the-art technologies applied in cattle and crop farming. The issue of modern farm management software, in particular, the Selex database, Dairy Comp 305 (VAS) as well as EkoNiva’s proprietary feeding software Eko.Feed and Eko.Crop, was also covered in detail.
The Russian Agricultural Bank has resumed financing of EkoNiva Group in order to enable completion of the ongoing construction of three dairy facilities in Moscow oblast, Tatarstan and Bashkortostan with a total housing capacity of 9.9 thousand head and a total expected milk output of 100,000 tonnes per year, and implementation of a number of other projects in a high degree of completion.