KSG Agro increased the number of pigs by 20% in January-August

Agricultural holding KSG Agro increased its pig population by 20% in eight months of 2022 – from over 50,000 heads (as of January 1) to over 60,000 heads (as of September 1). This was reported by the press service of the agricultural holding on September 12.

According to Vasyl Starobor, the head of the holding’s pig breeding division, director of Strong-Invest LLC, the increase in livestock was achieved by improving the quality of the herd (sows and boars), rejuvenating the livestock, as well as improving technologies and production processes.

In addition, according to the results of the first half of 2022, at the KSG Agro pig complex, compared to the indicator of the same period in 2021, the volume of pork sales increased by 7% – from 52,903 to 56,735 heads.

Source: https://www.apk-inform.com/uk