Expert Opinion
Oleksandr Nazarko
Global Agro Finance

Summer camps for keeping cows in winter - advantages and disadvantages

Many farmers keep animals in summer camps, and many do so in winter. Exercise for cows. Fresh air. Reduced care costs? Is it really that…

Gеorgiі Kukhaіleshvili
Association of Milk Producers

Between proficit and deficit: an overview of the global dairy market

Despite the decrease in prices for milk raw materials in Europe, too much export supply for dairy products and weak demand on foreign markets, attractive…

AMP received the second shipment of veterinary humanitarian aid from the German company VetLogOne

  • Friday, 24 June 2022

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

  • Wednesday, 22 June 2022

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

  • Monday, 20 June 2022

We thank Ukrainian producer of udder hygiene products LTD VKF "POLUS" for supporting Ukrainian dairy farms affected by the war.

  • Thursday, 2 June 2022

87 livestock farms received veterinary drugs and equipment

  • Wednesday, 1 June 2022

Andriy Yarmak: grain is our powerful weapon or how the agricultural sector is once again saving Ukraine. A little about China and what to do to Ukrainian livestock farmers

  • Friday, 20 May 2022

Price monitoring: gradual recovery in the liberated territories

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.

  • Wednesday, 27 April 2022

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 Economichna Pravda about the consequences for the world of the crop failure.

  • Tuesday, 15 March 2022

The government has approved changes to provide financial state support to farmers during sowing, - Roman Leshchenko

  • Tuesday, 15 March 2022

The Cabinet of Ministers imposes a ban on the export of fertilizers from Ukraine

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.

  • Tuesday, 15 March 2022