Price: $ 1,400,000
Own area: 25 hectares (100 acres)
Rental area: 0 ha
Region: Bashkiria (National Republic of Russia)
Residential Property: 0
Production area: 23,000 square meters
Cellarage: 10,000 square meters
Water: 2 water towers, water management, wells
Electricity: electrical substation
Road: asphalt entrance
Agricultural machinery: no
The farm has been mothballed for 3 years. The owner of the farm fell ill – a stroke. Business can not lead. Sells a business.
Goose farm for 12 thousand breeding stock: buildings for breeding stock – 8 pcs., Housing for young stocks – 4 pcs., Warehouses for fodder – 2 pcs., A warehouse for hay, incubators, an industrial refrigerator, fenced yards for walking geese with pools , warehouse, garage for repair and parking of equipment, office on 200 sq.m. The total area of buildings and structures is more than 13,000 sq.m.
Cattle farms, calf houses and cowsheds – 7 pcs., Forage warehouse, silo pits (ground) – 2 pcs., Tractor park, ZAV-40 with gas dryer, grain stores – 5 pcs., 30 ton truck scales, canopy for grain – 2500 sq.m. The total area of buildings and structures is more than 20,000 sq.m.
Bashkortostan is a constituent entity of the Russian Federation, covers an area of 143,000 sq. Km. located in the Volga Federal District. The population is more than 4,000,000 people, 2,500,000 people live in cities, 1,500,000 people live in villages and towns. National composition: Russians (36%), Bashkirs (30%), Tatars (26%), other nationalities 8%.
The administrative center is the city of Ufa, large cities: Sterlitamak, Salavat, Neftekamsk.
The city of Ufa with a population of 1,120,000 people.
Bashkiria is located in the Urals and on the slopes of the southern Urals. In the north it borders with the Sverdlovsk and Perm regions, the Republic of Udmurtia, in the west – with Tatarstan, in the south and southeast with the Orenburg region, in the east with the Chelyabinsk region. In the east of the republic are mountain ranges of the southern Urals with a height of 1650 m, Mount Yamantau. In the south is the Zalair plateau. The main river is the White River with its tributaries Nugush, Sim, Ufa, Dema.
In the middle of the 16th century, the Bashkirs took Russian citizenship, and economic and cultural ties between the Bashkirs and Russian immigrants began to be established. The Russian government guaranteed the preservation of the lands occupied by the Bashkirs on the basis of patrimonial law, while the Bashkirs, recognizing themselves subjects of the Russian tsar, pledged to carry out military service and to bring the land tax to the treasury – honey and furs. In 1574, the large city of Ufa was founded, which now has become the capital of Bashkiria.
The average January temperatures are from -10 to -12 ° C, July +19 – +29 ° C. Precipitation is 320-650 mm per year. The growing season is 120-135 days.
Livestock of the Republic of Bashkortostan. Meat production by type in the Republic of Bashkortostan. The volume of production of meat of all kinds in slaughter weight amounted to 250,000 tons. Of this volume, 51.6% accounted for beef, 22.7% for poultry meat, 18.9% for pork, 4.8% for mutton and goat meat, and 2.1% for other types of meat. The number of cattle in Bashkortostan amounted to 1,150,000 heads (6.0% of the total herd of cattle in Russia).
Milk production in Bashkiria on farms of all categories amounted to 1,815,000 tons (5.9% of the total milk production in Russia).
The production of poultry meat in Bashkortostan amounted to 75,000 tons in live weight (56,000 tons in terms of slaughter weight). Egg production in the Republic of Bashkortostan on farms of all categories was at the level of 930 million pieces (2.2% of the total Russian production).
The livestock of pigs in Bashkortostan in all categories of farms amounted to 426,000 heads (2.0% of the total herd of pigs in Russia).
The livestock of sheep and goats in Bashkortostan amounted to 817,000 heads (3.3% of the total number of sheep and goats in Russia).
In the structure of sown areas of Bashkortostan, the largest share is fodder crops 30% of the total area in the region, winter and spring wheat (24.3%), winter and spring barley (13.1%), winter and spring rye (8.6% ), sunflower (6.7%), oats (5.8%), buckwheat (2.8%), legumes (1.9%) and sugar beets (1.7%).