Farming also is an art!

News, Monday, 26 September 2011

Culture, education and … farming of the two countries were intricately interwoven during “The Days of Germany” in Voronezh.

Dwarfing the hypermarkets

News, Saturday, 17 September 2011

Since time immemorial the fairs in Russia have been real holidays with songs, dances, and fireworks. On such occasions people used to come together from near and far of huge Russia.

A holy place is never empty

News, Wednesday, 07 September 2011

Eighty years ago, the Russian Orthodox Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin in the village of Shchuchye (Liskinsky district, Voronezh region) was closed and knocked down for its bricks. But a holy place is never empty, as the saying goes.

He who perseveres wins in the end

News, Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Farmers from the province of Saskatchewan decided to come to the Zashchitnoye LLC to familiarise themselves with the Russian farming business and to see how their colleagues in the land of “cold winters and warm hospitality” sow and plough.

Investments that work

News, Thursday, 11 August 2011

The Governor of the Novosibirsk region, Vasily Yurchenko, paid an official trip to the Maslyaninsky district, where he visited Sibirskaya Niva LLC. The company was chosen not by chance, since this is where major investment projects are in progress. The total investments in the last two years have exceeded a billion rubles.

Siberian cows, champion milk yielders

News, Saturday, 09 July 2011

Over 150 guests from the Novosibirsk, Kemerovo and Tomsk regions and the Altai Territory attended Farm Day at the Sibirskaya Niva farming enterprise. It was not mere curiosity that made the guests cover hundreds of kilometres. As Victor Gergert, Deputy Governor of the Novosibirsk region, pointed out, this is a model farm in terms of new technologies and the region’s leader both in crop growing and cattle breeding.

A new facet of the Russian farming business

News, Thursday, 07 July 2011

Claas, a well known manufacturer of farming equipment, planned its customers’ trip to Russia’s Central Black Earth Region for quite some time. Its interest was piqued by the fact that a Russo-German company works here. The organisers of the trip decided that only a fellow countryman can fully relay pass along the experience gathered and relate the specifics of the Russian farming business. So, it was Stephan Duerr, President of EkoNiva, who headed the guest team.

Featuring a sign of quality

News, Saturday, 11 June 2011

By the beginning of the harvest, a new seed production mill with an output capacity of 8 tonnes per hour will operate at the Zashchitnoye Company.