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EkoNiva at World Expo 2020 Dubai

News, Friday, 11 February 2022

During the Russian Agricultural Week, the company is going to be among its partners providing the country’s pavilion with its dairy produce and hard cheeses.

Three stages of mastery

News, Wednesday, 09 February 2022

EkoNivaAgro has hosted the first stage of the corporate training programme ‘Master’s Course for Technicians’. Over the course of the year, 15 young employees will be offered to complete 3 stages of the advanced course.

Spring sowing on EkoNiva’s farms

News, Monday, 07 February 2022

EkoNiva Group, the largest raw milk producer in Russia, is making the careful preparations for the spring seeding campaign. In the 2022 farming season, it is planned to sow crops on 460,000 hectares, the same as last year. The Group develops crop production in 13 regions.

In line with organic standards

News, Thursday, 27 January 2022

The specialists of Kiwa BCS Öko-Garantie have conducted an annual inspection of Savinskaya Niva organic farming enterprise.

Agros 2022 trade show: prosperous farming with EkoNiva

News, Thursday, 27 January 2022

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.

EkoNiva announces operating results for 2021

News, Monday, 17 January 2022

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.

Performance of EkoNiva Plant Breeding and Seed Growing Centre in 2021

News, Tuesday, 28 December 2021

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.