May 24, 2016
China - Update on recent industry developments (week ended May 20, 2016)
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Chuying Agro-pastoral Groupto build feed mill in Inner Mongolia
China's major swine breeding enterprise, Chuying Agro-pastoral Group, has recently started the construction of its new feed mill in Inner Mongolia.
The RMB120 million project will cover a total construction area of about 43,000 square meters, and include three main sections, namely an office area, living quarters and production area. Contruction period is scheduled for one year, and once it is completed and in full operation, the feed mill is capable of producing 400,000 tonnes of feed annually.
Wen's investsRMB3.78 million to build a swine farming community
A groundbreaking ceremony was held recently in Liuqingde village, Changsheng, Inner Mongolia, signifying the start of Wen's Group's swine breeding community.
This project is part of the municipal government's industrial restructuring efforts to help poor households get out of poverty, and promote economic and social development for the town.
With Wen's Group's investment sum of RMB3.78 million and a government subsidy of RMB300,000, the highly standarised swine farming community is scheduled to start in late August.
A total of three swine farms are to be constructed, each covering an area of 1,200 square meters, and rearing 1,000 pigs. The company aims to achieve an annual slaughteringcapacity of 6,000 qualityfattened pigs, which will in turn generate an annual net economic benefit of RMB900,000.
Harbin's biggest sheep market in operation
The largest live sheep trading market in Harbin, capable of trading over 2 million live sheeps annually, has recently opened in Mulan,Heilongjiang province.
As a large-scale agricultural district with more than 300,000 sheepsraised annually, the Mulan government has started constructing the market since 2014 aspart of its major measures to further accelerate the development of large-scale farming, and reduce intermediate links.
The 135,000 square meters live sheep trading marketcan accommodate more than 150 large vehicles at the same time, and includes a livestock trading area, fur trading area, livestock foster care area, a comprehensive service building, andan animal quarantine centre.
Hebei SanyuanIndustrial Park in operation
With a total investment of RMB1.8 billion and after 18 months of construction, the HebeuSanyuan Industrial Park has officially wentinto operation on May 16.
Located in Xinle, the 40 hectares industrial park is a fine demonstration of China's coordinated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei area. Using the world's most advanced production technology and equipment, it is capable of producing 40,000 tonnes of baby milk powder and 250,000 tonnes of liquid milk annually.
Managed by Beijing Sanyuan Foods, a subsidiary of Sanyuan Group, a state-owned conglomerate,Hebei SanyuanIndustrial Park is set toenhance and strengthen Sanyuan'sindustrial chain, and in turnhelps to boost the development of dairy farms in the surrounding areas, stimulating and raising the overall standard of thedairy industry in Hebei province.
Yunnan's largest dairy base sets foot in Luxi
Located in Luxi, Honghe, Yunnan province, Yunnan Dairy Husbandry Co,. Ltd has the largest dairy farm base in Yunnan with over 1,800 New Zealand dairy cows, and a daily production capacity of 23 tonnes of fresh milk.
According to the company's spokeperson, the company has already invested RMB180 million into the project since it settled inLuxi 2 years ago. The company's ultimate plan is to increase the scale of dairy cows breeding to 5,000-head, and transform the whole area into an experiential eco-tourist destination.
Once in full operation, it is expected to generate an annual sales revenue of RMB600 million, and create job positions for 150locals;indirectly resolvingunemployment issues for 3,000 people while actively promoting the dairy industry and other related industries like tourism.
* 1 hectare (10,000 sq. meters) =15 Mu
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