Damate delivered 392 heads to a complex in Tyumen

Dairy farming

Damate completed the delivery of livestock to the Tyumen Dairy Farms, dairy complex located in the Golyshmanovsk district of Tyumen region. As part of the third supply, 392 heifers of the Holstein-Friesian breed were delivered to the dairy farm at the end of January after a 30-day quarantine during which heifers underwent all the necessary veterinary and sanitary treatments. In total, during three deliveries Damate brought 1250 heifers from Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands.

The planned livestock delivery was carried out in parallel with the construction of the third stage, which will reduce the time the complex reaches its design capacity. At the end of 2019, the company completed the expansion of the largest dairy complex in Siberia, envisaging an increase in the dairy herd from 4.6 thousand to 6 thousand heads. After reaching full capacity, the gross milk yield of Damate will be 150 tons per day or 55 thousand tons per year.

Currently, the total number of cattle in Damate has reached 10 thousand heads, of which 5 thousand are cows. Up to 20 calving take place at the complex daily, the number of cattle is increasing.

It should be reminded that according to the results of the year, the gross milk yield at the Tyumen dairy complex increased by 36% compared to 2018 and amounted to 44 thousand tons.