Almost a third of the country's total grain reserves are formed by Omsk farmers.

The Omsk Region is one of the most active participants in grain interventions in 2015. To date, the state has purchased 710.4 thousand tons of grain in 11 Russian regions for the amount of 7.3 billion rubles. In the Siberian Federal District, the Kemerovo, Novosibirsk, Omsk regions and Altai Territory participate in the auction. The Omsk region is recognized as the most active participant in interventions not only across Siberia, but throughout the country. Almost 30% of the total grain reserves of the state was formed at the expense of the Omsk Irtysh region.

Commodity producers of the region have sold 220 thousand tons of grain to the amount of 2.2 billion rubles. Prices at the auction suit Omsk farmers. The cost of grade 3 and 4 wheat is more than 10 thousand rubles per ton, and commodity producers expect to make a good profit.

According to the regional Ministry of Agriculture and Food, more than 70 Omsk suppliers participate in grain interventions, of which 35 are agricultural organizations and 36 are peasant farms.

This year, Omsk farmers have harvested more than 3.4 million tons of grain. 1.9 million tons of grain is enough for domestic consumption, and the surplus can be used for sale. Experts believe that the funds received from the proceeds will make it possible to repay loans, renew the fleet of equipment and prepare for the new agricultural season.

According to Governor Viktor Nazarov, the Omsk Region is naturally one of the top ten best agricultural regions in Russia that ensure food security throughout the country. “Today we not only feed ourselves, but also send agricultural products to 71 regions of the country, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. In the first half of 2015, the volume of food and agricultural raw materials exports exceeded imports by 2.4 times,” the head of the region said.< /p>

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