Damate Group will expand the existing project for the production of turkey by 30% up to 207 thousand tons of products per year. Additional investment in the project will amount to 12.6 billion rubles. The financial partner of the project is the Russian Agricultural Bank (Rosselkhozbank JSC).

Damate has started exporting halal products to Uzbekistan on a monthly basis. The company plans to ship more than 1.5 thousand tons of sausage products and semi-finished products in 2021-22.

Damate has reached an agreement and signed a protocol of intent in the field of food supplies with the leading food and agricultural holding company from Qatar, Hassad Food. By the end of 2021, the company plans to export processed turkey and lamb meat products to Qatar for a total of US $ 1 million.

Damate became the first company in the North Caucasus Federal District to start improving the quality of pastures. During the spring sowing campaign, Damate specialists scatter their own lands and fields of farmer -partners of the mutton production project with specially selected mixed grass crop.

Damate starts production of its own hatching eggs in Rostov region. The first 18 thousand heads of the parent herd were raised at the company's facilities in the region and transferred to the nesting site. The egg will begin to arrive for incubation in May this year.

Damate has started exporting halal turkey products under its own brand, Salima, created for foreign buyers. The products have already been delivered to a number of CIS countries, and the company plans to start deliveries to non-CIS countries.

Damate Group has started construction of a sheep fattening site for 50 thousand heads in the Karachay-Cherkess Republic. The first stage of the new enterprise will be launched this summer.

Damate Group brought a batch of 200 heads of Karachai sheep to the farm of the North Caucasus Federal District under the grant. The delivery was carried out by the service company Damate, which operates according to a new for Russia model of contract farming.