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Damate Group has completed the supply of turkey to the first rearing site. The site put into operation in Rostov region. By the end of the year, the company will send from Rostov sites about 3 thousand tons of turkey for slaughter and processing.

Turkey production

Damate has begun to develop a long-term Strategy for Sustainable Growth on the model of large Western companies. The company plans to adopt a strategy by the end of 2020 and start implementing it.

Turkey production

Damate has built its own veterinary laboratory in Penza region for product quality and safety control. The facility is designed to conduct about 1 million studies per year. The project cost is 110 million rubles.

Turkey production

Damate Group signed a cooperation agreement with one of the largest world's research companies - AbacusBio, aimed at developing a new promising business direction of Damate - sheep breeding. The joint work will allow the company to establish interaction with farmers, develop a lamb supply chain, and improve the use of the achievements of world genetics and breeding in the field of sheep farming.

Turkey production

Damate Group will build the largest breeding turkey reproducer in Russia and the world's largest breeding sheep farm in Tyumen region. The project will be implemented within the framework of the agreement of intent signed between Damate, the government of Tyumen region and Rosselkhozbank JSC.

Dairy farming

Damate Group commissioned the third stage of the most modern dairy complex in Siberia for 6 thousand heads of dairy herd with a capacity of 55 thousand tons of milk per year in Tyumen region.

Turkey production

Damate received permission for export of lamb products to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The company is among approved enterprises, the list of which is published on the website of the Food and Drug Administration of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (SFDA).

Turkey production

Damate modernized a hatchery in the Kolyshley district of Penza region, having increased its capacity by 3.8 times. As a result of the launch of the new facility, the total incubation capacity of Damate has actually been expanded up to 24.2 million eggs per year, which covers the company's needs for day-old poults.