Locations

Our locations in Russia

Voronezh

Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 148,200 ha
  • 31,400 dairy cows
  • 234,900 tons of milk (in 2018)
  • 290 suckler cows

Business areas

  • Dairy Farming Dairy farming
  • Crop farming Crop farming
  • Milk processing Milk processing
  • Suckler cow farming Suckler cow farming

The provincial capital of Voronezh is the most important center in southern central Russia. It is home to the headquarters of the EkoNiva Group and its largest and most modern operation, EkoNiva Agro, which comprises more than 148,000 ha. Meanwhile, almost 31,400 dairy cows plus offspring are kept at the site.

In addition to dairy farming, crop farming and suckler cow farming, some of the milk is already processed into fresh milk, quark, sour milk products, UHT milk, milk powder and butter in two of the company's own dairies and sold to the retail trade or in the company's own sales points.

Novosibirsk

Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 86,900 ha
  • 12,570 dairy cows
  • 62,940 tons of milk (in 2018)
  • 1,270 suckler cows

Business areas

  • Dairy Farming Dairy farming
  • Crop farming Crop farming
  • Milk processing Milk processing
  • Suckler cow farming Suckler cow farming

Established in 2006, this farming operation is located in the Masljanino district around 180 km from the city of Novosibirsk. Some 84,000 ha of farmland are available for growing food crops and fodder crops as well as seeds for grains and legumes.

This recognized breeding center for Simmental, Holstein-Friesian and Hereford cattle produces milk and beef, with a small portion of the milk processed internally. The stock comprises 22,650 cattle including about 12,570 dairy cows.

Kursk

Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 45,800 ha
  • 1,060 dairy cows
  • 4,640 tons of milk (in 2018)
  • 29,980 tons of seed

Business areas

  • Dairy Farming Dairy farming
  • Crop farming Crop farming
  • Seed production and breeding Seed production

Kursk is located close to the border with Ukraine and home to one of Ekosem-Agrar’s first farming operations, which primarily specializes in seeds. Quality seeds for grains and legumes are cultivated on an area of approx. 46,000 ha.

The site also comprises a dairy cow facility with a current stock of some 2,200 cattle including 1,060 dairy cows.

Kaluga

Established in 2006, the farming operations located close to the city of Kaluga are primarily important because of their proximity to Moscow and comprise two independent entities, Kaluga (Central) and Kaluga (Savino).

Kaluga (Central)


Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 69,900 ha
  • 19,950 dairy cows
  • 131,300 tons of milk (in 2018)

Business areas

  • Dairy Farming Dairy farming
  • Crop farming Crop farming
  • Milk processing Milk processing

This operation mainly produces fresh milk for the Russian capital. It comprises several dairy cow facilities as well as a milk processing facility with a capacity of around 240 tons of raw milk per day. Over 37,240 cattle, including roughly 19,930 dairy cows, are kept here. Moreover, grain and fodder crops are grown on some 68,000 ha of farmland.

Kaluga (Savino)


Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 5,800 ha
  • 460 suckler cows

Business areas

  • Organic farming Organic farming

This farming operation produces organic beef as well as various organic food crops on a site of 6,000 ha in compliance with the EU regulations for organic farming. The extensive suckler cow farming operations comprise 460 cattle. The products are among others sold to baby food producer HIPP in Russia.

Tyumen

Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 7,100 ha
  • 1,950 dairy cows
  • 17,020 tons of milk (in 2018)

Business areas

  • Dairy Farming Dairy farming
  • Crop farming Crop farming

Tyumen (in western Siberia) has been part of the Ekosem-Agrar Group since 2011. At 7,000 ha, the farm is the smallest in terms of the area. Apart from the cultivation of grain and fodder crops, the farm keeps some 3,730 cattle, including about 1,950 dairy cows.

Orenburg

Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 89,500 ha
  • 2,020 dairy cows
  • 825 tons of milk (in 2018)
  • 950 suckler cows

Business areas

  • Crop farming Crop farming
  • Suckler cow farming Suckler cow farming

Another operation of the Group is located in the north of the Orenburg province on the Ural Mountains on a site of approx. 80,000 ha. Since 2002, this farm has primarily cultivated grain, sunflowers and peas; 950 cattle for the production of meat are also kept here.

The location also includes the neighboring republics of Bashkortostan and Tatarstan. A dairy cow facility for 2,800 dairy cows is currently being built here, with more such facilities to follow at a later date.

Ryazan

Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 92,700 ha
  • 7,190 dairy cows
  • 32,200 tons of milk (in 2018)

Business areas

  • Dairy Farming Dairy farming
  • Crop farming Crop farming

A comparatively young site of the Ekosem-Agrar Group, which is the result of an acquisition made in December 2017, is located in Ryazan, east of Moscow. The main focus is on dairy farming and crop farming, with grain, sunflowers, rape seed and legumes cultivated on around 93,000 ha.

The dairy farming with currently 7,190 dairy cows is expected to grow further in the current year. The farm is a recognized breeding farm for Holstein Friesean.

Moscow

Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 15,000 ha
  • 750 dairy cows

Business areas

  • Dairy Farming Dairy farming
  • Crop farming Crop farming

The site in Moscow is the Group's second youngest operation. The operative entry into this region took place at the beginning of 2019. The controlled area amounts to 15,000 hectares. The focus is on dairy farming. In crop farming, fodder for the dairy cattle herd is therefore mainly cultivated. Construction of a new dairy cow facility for 3,550 dairy cows is scheduled to start in 2019.

Leningrad

Facts (30 April 2019)

  • 3,200 ha
  • 750 dairy cows

Business areas

  • Dairy Farming Dairy farming
  • Crop farming Crop farming

We are currently setting up a new location in the Leningrad region. This will be based on a small existing farm with an area of around 3,200 hectares and 750 dairy cows.