EkoNiva's enterprise in Voronezh oblast hosted a team-building event called Intern 2023 from 6 to 8 September. It was held as part of the Internship training project, bringing together 36 young specialists from 5 company’s geographies.
In the 2023/24 academic year, EkoNiva will open the first specialised class, so called agriclass, in the region together with Kursk State Agricultural University. High school students will be introduced to modern farming and trained to enter secondary vocational and higher education institutions.
A delegation headed by Aleksandr Gusev, Governor of Voronezh oblast, has paid a visit to Ozyorki dairy designed for 3,550 cows and 3,600 young animals. The head of the region met with the managers of Voronezh enterprise of EkoNiva Group and praised the company's contribution to the development of the local dairy farming.
EkoNiva Group has confirmed its status as Russia's largest dairy holding. For seven years in a row, the company has taken the lead in the ranking of raw milk producers prepared by the analysts of the National Association of Milk Producers (Soyuzmoloko), Milknews industry-specific agency and Streda Consulting.
EkoNiva-Semena has organised its first field event in Kazakhstan together with its partner Oksanovka-1. The seminar called Formula for Success was held on the premises of the farming enterprise in Astrakhanka district, Akmolinskaya oblast. Over 60 representatives of both large agricultural holdings and small companies from Akmolinskaya, Kostanay, Karaganda and North Kazakhstan oblasts attended the large-scale meeting in the format of a Field Day.
The eleventh session of the all-Russian agricultural student team Milk Standard has come to an end at EkoNiva’s facilities in Voronezh oblast. For two months, fourteen students have worked at the enterprises and learned the ins and outs of the modern dairy farming.
At EkoNiva's enterprises, machine operators engaged in crop production have completed an upskilling programme. It started last November and covered facilities in Voronezh, Kaluga, Ryazan, Novosibirsk, Leningrad, Kursk oblasts and the Volga region.
EkoNiva Group, Russia’s largest dairy holding, presents the preliminary results of its unaudited consolidated IFRS statements for 2022.
EkoNiva Group, the largest dairy holding in Russia, has announced the start of the sowing campaign. The first regions to begin it were Voronezh and Kursk oblasts. Other regions are setting the stage for the planting season by fertilising winter crops, harrowing and tilling the soil.
EkoNiva took part in Ural-Agro 2023 trade fair held in Sverdlovsk oblast from 4 to 6 April. The company showcased high-yielding pedigree dairy cattle and seeds of the world's best crop varieties, including those for risky farming zones.