Rising prices for dairy products The FAO dairy price index averaged 147.1 points in April, 1.3 points (0.9%) higher than in March, the eighth consecutive…
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The beginning of the war actually paralyzed the dairy business. Problems with milk sales and logistical collapses were the number one problem. Of course, farms in the temporarily occupied and adjacent territories took the brunt. As a result, purchase prices for milk in a number of regions have skyrocketed, losing within 10% on the brand. Some farms could receive no more than UAH 5 / kg even for the extra grade (provided they sell milk to the population), and some were forced to simply pour out milk that could not be distributed to the people and the military.
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 Economichna Pravda about the consequences for the world of the crop failure.
The Cabinet of Ministers introduces a zero quota for the export of mineral fertilizers - that is, a de facto ban on the export of fertilizers from Ukraine.
The government has updated the list of goods whose exports require licensing and the list of goods subject to export restrictions.
In connection with the amendments to the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of March 7, 2022 № 218, and in compliance with the requirements of the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of March 3, 2022 № 194 "Some issues of reservation of conscripts under martial law" institutions and organizations of agro-industrial industries must RE-SUBMIT documents for the reservation of conscripts under the updated procedure!
The Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine allowed the operation of agricultural machinery without their registration for the period of martial law
It is possible not to register agricultural machinery for the period of martial law.
According to the results of January 2022, Ukraine produced 522.1 thousand tons of milk, which is 1.5% less than in January last year. At the same time, 243.3 thousand tons or 46.6% of all milk was produced by industrial farms and 278.8 thousand tons (53.4%) in households.