Land for sale in Russia – Volgograd region 9 500 hectares. The price for one hectare is 190 US dollars. A bonus to the land plot are several infrastructure buildings (office, warehouse, hangars, field camp, old tractors, combine harvester and other facilities). The entire facility costs $ 1 800 000. The land is suitable for the production of cereals and Pancake week crops. But the most profitable will be growing mustard. For 300 years, the Volgograd region has been the main region for growing all types of mustard.
The price of the object includes (bonus) and the following buildings:
1. Residential building (for workers) – 42 square meters.
2. Residential building (for workers) – 99 square meters.
3. Machine and tractor workshops – 517 square meters.
4. Production and technical department – 595 square meters.
5. Mill – 128 square meters.
6. Office – 625 square meters.
7. Field camp – 90 square meters.
8. Grain warehouse – 1262 square meters.
9. Silo trench – 600 square meters.
10. Cowshed 400 goals – 3200 square meters.
11. Calf 60 goals – 950 square meters.
12. Warehouse – 392 square meters.
13. Silo trench – 600 square meters.
14. Cowshed 260 goals – 2268 square meters.
15. Cowshed 320 goals – 2268 square meters.
16. The calf – 540 square meters.
17. Cowshed – 900 square meters.
18. Cowshed – 900 square meters.
19. Warehouse – 1281 square meters.
20. Warehouse – 517 square meters.
21. The bird farm building is 1000 square meters.
22. Cowshed – 3200 square meters.
23. Calf – 950 square meters.
24. Frame covered grain warehouse – 759 square meters.
25. The building of the production technical department is 30 square meters.
26. Shop in a neighboring village – 30 square meters.
Agricultural machinery partially works, and partially not, which is included in the list:
1. Two KAMAZ trucks
2. Three tractors of Kirovets 700
3. Three combines Don
4. One truck ZIL dump truck
5. Gasoline car refueling
6. Three working MTZ small tractors and two MTZ tractors in disassembled condition (not working)
7. Several pieces of cultivators, seeders, harrows and other attachments in working condition.
If you are set to export products or produce crops, such as wheat, then you will be interested in the following information:
A land plot in the Volgograd Region of 9500 hectares is located 50 kilometers from the railway station, where you can load agricultural products for shipment to the «Novorossiysk» Sea Port, there is also an Elevator for storing grain in large quantities. From the land to the seaport of «Novorossiysk» 1015 kilometers. The second elevator is 40 kilometers away, next to it is the River Port, where products can be sent by barges along the Volga River to the Caspian Sea, and then to Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan or Iran. Another railway and elevator are located 60 kilometers from the land in the city of Kamyshin. The 4th largest settlement with an elevator and a railway terminal is located in the main city of the Volgograd region – the city of Volgograd (the old name is Stalingrad).
The cost of growing one ton of wheat is $ 35 in the presence of agricultural machinery (tractors), harvesters are hired for outsourcing. The selling price of one ton of wheat immediately after harvesting is 100-120 US dollars per ton, the sale of one ton of wheat after 6 months of storage is 170-190 US dollars. Storage of one ton of wheat is from 15 to 22.5 US dollars. The yield per hectare of wheat is from 2 to 3 tons without the use of fertilizers, when using fertilizers from 3 to 5 tons.
Volgograd region is the capital of mustard cultivation and production in Russia. Below, after describing the Volgograd region, you can see the price and productivity of the production of mustard seeds.
Agriculture of the Volgograd region specializes mainly in crop production. In the ratio of crop production and animal husbandry of the Volgograd region in the total value of agricultural production in 2019, crop production accounts for 70% ($ 1.4 billion), livestock – 30% ($ 0.6 billion).
Volgograd region ranks first in the production of mustard seeds, second in the production of open ground vegetables, gourds, triticale, and fifth in the production of greenhouses. Also, agriculture in the Volgograd Region provides the region with 6th place for wheat production, third place for sorghum and millet production, 6th place for the production of leguminous crops. Rye production (8th place).
As for the livestock industry, the Volgograd region is on the 24th place for the production of meat of all kinds, on the 22nd place on the production of milk and on the 25th place on the production of chicken eggs. If we take 85 regions of Russia. The region is in 10th place in terms of cultivated area in Russia – 2,988,000 hectares (3.8% of all cultivated area in Russia).
The mustard capital of Russia is the city of Sarepta in the Volgograd region.
When 250 years ago, in Sarepta, a settlement of the Volga Germans, they began to grow mustard, no one thought that the culture would gain such fame and become a recognizable local brand. And especially since after many years there will be a whole museum dedicated to the MUSTARD!
Emperor Alexander I tried the local mustard. The autocrat liked the hot seasoning, and since then Old Sarepta began to gain worldwide fame.
Sarepta mustard, known as Russian, turned the town on the Lower Volga into one of the world’s three mustard capitals, along with French Dijon and English Devonshire. Add to this the Sarepta mustard oil, which was highly appreciated and appreciated in Russia and abroad. The owners of the mustard production family Glicz was awarded the honorary title “Suppliers of the court of His Imperial Majesty.” The company has repeatedly received awards – over fifteen gold and silver medals and diplomas from European and Russian trade and industrial exhibitions for the consistently high quality of products. In the XIX – early XX centuries, Sarepta became the center of the mustard industry of Russia.
The descendants of the same Glich family, which founded the mustard plant, are also alive. They now live in Germany and Switzerland, and museum staff are in close contact with them. So, several years ago, Zilke Glich and his daughter Reinhard from Papenburg, as well as Peter Glich from Königsfeld, visited the Museum-Reserve “Old Sarepta”.
The price of mustard in Russia at the farmer on May 25, 2020:
White mustard (Brassica alba Boiss) – $ 330 per ton.
Black mustard (Brassica nigra Koch) – $ 450 per ton.
Sarepta mustard (Brassica juncea Czern) – $ 300 per ton.
Price of mustard in the seaport of Novorossiysk (for export):
White mustard (Brassica alba Boiss) – $ 450 per ton.
Black mustard (Brassica nigra Koch) – 560 euros per ton.
Sarepta mustard (Brassica juncea Czern) – $ 400 per ton.
The cost of processing, sowing, spraying and harvesting will be 55 US dollars per hectare.
The yield of mustard is 4-6 centners per hectare on average 5 centners or 500 kilograms (0.5 tons).