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Ukraine may lose a third of its dairy herd due to war

Ukraine continues to lose dairy cows as a result of hostilities in Ukraine. According to preliminary estimates, about 50,000 milking cows have already been lost. If the active phase of the war does not stop, by the end of 2022 losses may reach 150 thousand cows or a third of the dairy herd of the Ukrainian sector of industr...

 
Real Life Stories: How Ukrainian Dairy Farms Work Under War Conditions

The war has affected all dairy farms in Ukraine, from small to large, those that survived warfare and occupation, and those that were far from them. During the webinar «Dairy Farming at War: Real Stories» farmers from Sumy, Kyiv and Chernihiv regions shared their stories, problems and plans. The story of Dementiev farm (Sumy region): «When we were milking cows, we prayed that they would be milked out as fast as possible» The Dementievs' dai...

 
Food affordability index has improved by 1.3% in May compared to April

Despite the fact that as of mid-May, the food availability index (FAI) is 1.3% higher than at the end of April, it is 37% lower than the pre-war level. Before the invasion, the FAI was 12.4. So, a person with an average salary could buy a number of «baskets of goods» equivalent to a stock for 12.4 months. The current...

 
Total losses from the war in the agricultural sector exceeded 4 billion dollars. Dairy sector counts losses and works for victory

As of June 8, 2022, total losses from the war in Ukraine's agriculture reached 4.3 billion dollars. These figures are not final as the war continues and the losses are growing every day. Anna Lavrenyuk, General Director of the Association of Milk Producers (AMP), told about the main challenges faced by dairy farms during the webinar «Dairy farming in&nb...

 
The indirect war losses in Ukraine's agriculture estimated at $23.3 billion – KSE Agrocenter

The indirect losses in agriculture due to production decrease, logistics disruption and lower prices for export-oriented commodities are estimated at $ 23.3 billion. USA. It is stated in the analysis «Agricultural War Losses Review Ukraine. Rapid Loss Assessment"**, prepared by the team of the Center for Food Research and Land Use at KSE Inst...

 
The sector of industrial milk production has lost more than 50 thousand cows — Anna Lavreniuk

During the three months of the war, Ukrainian dairy farms lost only at least 50 thousand cows. This was announced by the General Director of the Association of Milk Producers (AMP) Anna Lavrenyuk during the webinar «Dairy farming in war: problems, trends, practices», which took place on June 16, 2022. Preliminary estimates of the analytical department of AMP coincide with the information from the report of Kyiv School of Economics. As of June 8, the estimated value of&...

 
Farmers lose millions of hryvnias in foreign currency operations and ask authorities to allow currency exchange at the market rate

Farmers should sell foreign exchange earnings from exports at the rate set by commercial banks of Ukraine, but not at the rate of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU). This statemen was mentioned and addressed to President Volodymyr Zelenskyi, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, Chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine Kyryl Shevchenko and Minister of Agri...

 
russians fired on a farm in Glukhiv, twenty cows wounded

For the second day in a row, russian troops are shelling Glukhiv. If the day before the main target of the occupiers was the military, today they have taken up civilian infrastructure. At about 12 o'clock in the afternoon, three series of explosions erupted in Glukhiv. Since the explosions were serial, the locals concluded that it was a hailstorm, o...

 
The total war damages in Ukraine's agriculture reached $4.3 billion – KSE Agrocenter

The full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine caused damages to the agricultural sector of the country for the total amount of $4.29 billion. It is stated in the analysis "Agricultural War Damages Review Ukraine"**, prepared by the team of the Center for Food Research and Land Use KSE Institute in cooperation with the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine. "Russia's aggression affects not only the ability to freely export our agricultural products and feed about 400 million people a year around the globe. Damage to land, infrastructure, and agr...

 

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