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…

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

The government has approved a list of goods for export licensing: how it will work

The government has updated the list of goods whose exports require licensing and the list of goods subject to export restrictions.

  • Friday, 11 March 2022

Attention, changes to the reservation of conscripts!

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!

  • Friday, 11 March 2022

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.

  • Friday, 11 March 2022

AMР Analytical Department. Milk production in January: significant increase from industrial farms

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.

  • Monday, 21 February 2022

Number of cows on February 1: the most dairy areas are still reducing the number of livestock

As of February 1, there are 1,552.7 thousand cows in Ukraine, which is 6.6% less than in February last year.

  • Friday, 18 February 2022

Ukraine dairy map 2022. Infographics

The share of extra grade in milk submitted for processing has increased to almost 40%. The industrial sector managed to keep the number of cows at the level of the previous year. The list of major importers of dairy products was led by Poland, Germany and the Netherlands.

  • Thursday, 17 February 2022

Meeting rising demand for dairy with a smaller carbon footprint

Global demand for dairy products is rising fast, meaning milk production must grow fast as well. However, the dairy industry has a large carbon footprint so investing in productivity and resource efficiency is fundamental to mitigate the greenhouse gas emissions from increased milk production.

  • Tuesday, 15 February 2022

European Green Course: how does it affect Ukrainian dairy farms?

Much attention of the international community is focused on "greening" and global climate strategies. There are already very conflicting data on the impact of dairy farming on greenhouse gas emissions and the damage they cause. New global initiatives will definitely not bypass Ukraine. More about this in our article.

  • Friday, 11 February 2022