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Ukrainian farmers and processors continue supplying the country with dairy products

Despite shutdowns of some milk processing plants due to temporary occupation of some Ukraine’s territories, there has been some increase in milk processing at existing plants, resumption of small milk processing businesses and distributing raw milk on production sites. As a result of military activities and temporary russia’s occupation, some companies, which are among the top-20 milk processors in the country, completely or partially...

 
Ukrainian agriculture sector during the war: farmers' challenges and problems — Mikhailo Sokolov

The reduction of grain exports and lack of facilities for its storage, lack of animal feed and shutdown of processing plants are among the main problems of farmers in Ukraine. Mykhailo Sokolov, Deputy Chairman of the Ukrainian AgriCouncil, told Comments.ua about the challenges the agricultural sector is facing during the war. He says that farmers hoped to sell products and get some ready cash to invest into the sowing season. On the other hand, grain from last and this year's harvest will need somew...

 
«Russian soldiers took over my farm': the battle for food supplies in Ukraine

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has upended the farming business, elevating fears of disruption to home and worldwide food supplies. The Guardian has spoken to a farmer in Kherson region about what life is like on the floor, with the Russian military hiding tanks in barns and shares of potatoes anticipated to deplete inside weeks. Andrii Pastushenko, 39, is a dairy farmer who lives 12 miles from Kherson in the south of Ukraine, a metropolis that has been underneath management of the Russian navy....

 
Planting between attacks: Ukrainian farmers' preparation for sowing campaign

Planting in the southern, eastern and northern regions was about to start, but the war and weather postponed local farmers' plans. In the west as well as in the center of the country the situation is not much better. Farmers say that the main problem, besides the war with Russia, to start sowing is poor logistics. Suppliers delay seed delivery, there is lack of fuel, fertilizers and chemicals f...

 
If Ukraine does not continue with spring planting, the world will face a global food crisis

Andrii Dykun, the head of the Ukrainian AgriCouncil (UAC), spoke in a column on the pages of Economic Truth about the consequences of the sowing campaign failure for the world. «To realize the scale of the catastrophe, I will provide some figures. Ukraine is among TOP-5 exporters in the world. Ukraine is the largest exporter of sunflo...

 
If Ukraine does not sow, the world will face a global food crisis

Ukraine provides grain to more than 400 million people worldwide. Andrii Dykun, the head of the UAC, spoke in a column on the pages of Economic Truth about the consequences for the world of the crop failure. Ukraine is in its third week of war in a devastating wave. However, this wave can hit far beyond. And these are not empty words. Ukrainian land, our chernozems, feed not only us, but also entire na...

 
Dutch farmer become a big ambassador of Ukraine

Dutchman Kees Huizinga, a large dairy farmer in Ukraine, has become a fighter for the end of the war in Ukraine. For the past 20 years the co-owner and head of the successful innovative dairy farm Kischenzi LLC has run a large 15,000 hectare farm in the centre of Ukraine. The farm, a mem...

 
Ukraine’s farmers stalled, fueling fears of global food shortages

The Russian invasion of Ukraine threatens millions of tiny spring-time sprouts that should emerge from stalks of dormant winter wheat in the coming weeks. If the farmers can't feed those crops soon, far fewer of the so-called tillers will spout, jeopardizing a national wheat harvest on which millions in the developing world depend. The wheat was planted last autumn, which, after a brief growing period, fell dormant for the winter. Before the grain returns to life, however, farmers typically spread fertilizer that encou...

 
The Ukrainian Government calls on Europe to completely ban international cargo shipments to russia

The Committee on Economic Development is calling on its European colleagues to ban international cargo shipments to Russia altogether. In response to the war that Russia has waged against Ukraine most countries of the world, even such traditionally neutral countries as Switzerland, South Korea and Singapore, have...

 

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