Happy villages, where business executives work, who care about the community. These include Denikhovka, which is in Tetiiv district of Kiev region. Oleg Balagura was born and lives there, the head of the State Enterprise «Shekhchenkovskoe».
The last two years, the topic of an additional source of profit for milk producers - fattening cattle dairy breeds - is actively discussed at various Ukrainian events. So, in November last year during the exhibition Ukrainian Food Expo the first congress of producers and exporters of beef Ukrainian Beef Congress was held. Then the participants even received a business plan for the fattening of the bull calves and a business plan for the organization of the slaughter and primary cattle processing complex developed within the framework of the special project of the FAO and the EBRD.
Feeding highly producing cows, and especially during the transition period, is still a real challenge for farmers and nutritionalists. How to maintain high productivity, health, and the ability of cows to reproduce?
On August 6, a training seminar for veterinarians of dairy farms was held in Uman. The event was organized by Association of Milk Producers in cooperation with Milk Quality Control Laboratory UmanLabs and Estonian University of Natural Sciences.
In previous issues of the magazine, we talked about the value of ensiled pressed beet pulp and the economic feasibility of its use in cattle feeding, based on the results of research and practice of German dairy farms.
We used to consider foreign experience as reference and take it as an example. Meanwhile, in Ukraine, there are a number of dairy-commodity farms that have reached production indicators of the world level, including reproduction.
In the leading enterprise of the Association of Milk Producers LLC «TD „Dolinske“» from Kherson region, it became clear that literally for the quarter it is possible to improve the fertility rate by more than 10%.
A highly-producing cow undergoes significant metabolic changes in the transit period.
On June 12, «Kischenzi», in the village of Dobra, Cherkasy region, was the official opening of the rotary milking parlour for 80 places.