Agrarians of Dzhankoysky, Krasnogvardeysky, Simferopolsky and Krasnoperekopsky districts of the republic started sowing winter rapeseed for the harvest of 2023 year.
Rapeseed is one of the most important oilseeds, from which both edible and industrial oils are produced. It is planned to sow more than 9,000 hectares of this crop in the republic for the harvest 2023 of the year. More than 2,000 hectares have already been sown in 4 districts, which is slightly more than % of the target. Now the work is being carried out at Simferopolskoye LLC. Fields with an area of 171 hectare will be sown here, — the press service of the First Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Crimea Alima Zaredinova quotes.
The First Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Crimea also noted that Simferopolskoe LLC is a diversified enterprise that also grows cereals, leguminous crops and oilseeds. In addition to sowing rapeseed, the company is currently harvesting sunflower. Almost 250 hectares of this crop will have to be harvested on the fields of Simferopolskoe LLC.
At the enterprise, the average annual number of employees is people. In addition to crop production, the poultry industry is developing dynamically here. For example, in this farm, the number of quails is more than 58 thousand heads, monthly 555 thousand pieces of eggs are produced, as well as poultry for slaughter in live weight. For the six months of this year, the proceeds from the sale of agricultural products amounted to 32, 7 million rubles, which is by 22 % higher than the corresponding level of the previous year , — notes the First Deputy Minister.
Alime Zaredinova also added that Simferopolskoye LLC actively uses state support. So this year the enterprise received state support in the direction — a subsidy for a complex of agrotechnological works in crop production in the amount of more than 250 thousand rubles. LLC «Simferopolskoe» is also a conscientious taxpayer, for the first half of the year 2022 of the year 9.3 million rubles were paid in taxes, fees and insurance premiums.