Sunday, May 27, 2018

Kamenskoye crop production yield rises 20 percent

Kamenskoye, a farm that is an agricultural branch within the Sinara Group business, finished its seasonal harvest with a 20 percent increase over last year.

In a recent report from Ural Business Consulting, Kamenskoye designated approximately 27 miles for growing grains. Potatoes and beets were grown in areas of less than half a mile per crop.

For approximately every two acres of land, Kamenskoye produced over 6 tons of crops, amounting to about 23,148 tons of food. Alternatively, in November of last year, Kamenskoye produced less than three tons of food for every two acres.

This year, Kamenskoye farmers required over two months to finish harvesting their fields. Snow began falling early in October, making it necessary to thresh grains when it was snowing and cold, which was a first for the Kamenskoye farms. Despite the difficult environment, Kamenskoye was able to harvest 100 percent of its crops.

Despite the inclement weather during harvesting season, Kamenskoye has outshone the region’s average tonnage per acre this year, which was under three tons in less than one acre.

The PR Center with Sinara Group reported that because Kamenskoye’s primary purpose is dairy farming, the majority of the harvest will be fed to Kamenskoye’s animals.

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