Merino – once, in Soviet times, this breed was bred for fine wool. Today, unfortunately, the thin Merino wool brings former profit, until last year took it at bargain prices, and only last year began to pay up to 220 rubles per kilogram. Despite this strange pricing, erdni brothers and Alan Mandzhieva kept on a farm in the Merino. Partly out of habit (this breed in the family worked for decades), and partly because the transition to other breeds will require a change in technology content, and will bring only deteriorating the quality of wool and meat.
Brothers erdni and Alan Manjieva of KFKH Anastasiya in Yashkul district of Kalmykia bred pheasants and releasing them into the steppe, they settled throughout the area.
KFKH Anastasiya in Yashkul district of Kalmykia keeps the Kalmyk breed cows, Merino, different breeds of horses, and pheasants. The economy include brothers erdni and Alan Manjieva.
Says Andrew Dolzhenkov, the representative of Cargill. Proteintech-2019, Moscow
Says Andrey Ageev,expert Advisor, Subcommittee for the development of the fisheries complex of the Committee on agriculture of the chamber of Commerce of the Russian Federation
Says Leonid Podobed, doctor of agricultural Sciences, Professor, chief researcher of the Institute of animal breeding of National Academy of agrarian Sciences of Ukraine. Proteintech-2019, Moscow
Says Vladimir Avdeenko, the expert of "Inpractice". Proteintech-2019, Moscow
Says Alexey Gusev, Director of the company "Euro Technologies" Proteintech-2019, Moscow