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Cooperation is the basis of success!

The guest of our section: the head of Omsky Biocluster's 'Genetics and Breeding of Cattle Practice' Anatoly SHULAKOV.   - Mr. Shulakov, good afternoon!   - Good afternoon!   - Last interview, we discussed the need for an integrated approach to solving livestock problems within a single enterprise, where the achievement of the result requires improvement not only in the genetics of animals, but also in feeding, maintenance, and training. So, the enterprise should not think about cooperation?   - Firstly: the result is impossible without own initiative. Secondly, we can and should unite each other's competencies, achieving a synergistic effect. Systemic and complexness of any decisions is required - but at a higher level. 



Viktor Nazarov: cluster approach to the development of the agro-industrial complex is a key initiative for attracting investments.

Cooperation as the basis for development, strength and new opportunities is not a new idea. Cooperation helps to survive and to win. But how is this idea understood and put into practice by one of Siberian regions which has chosen the path of cluster development in order to help some priority economic sectors move to a new level? In an exclusive interview with ‘Nivy Rossii’ magazine Viktor Nazarov, Governor of Omsk region, talks about the development of the Agrobiotechnological Industrial Cluster of Omsk Region. -Mr. Nazarov, when and under whose initiative was Agrobiotechnological Industrial Cluster of Omsk Region created? - It was created at my initiative last fall and in late October Denis Manturov, Minister of Trade and Industry of the Russian Federation, signed an order for its inclusion into the Registry of Industrial Clusters of Russia. But even before the creation of the cluster, its today’s members have worked…

  • 16 October 2017
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Do today what others will do tomorrow

The guest of our section: the rector of Omsk Agrarian State University named after P.A. Stolypin, Deputy Chairman of the General Meeting of Omsky Biocluster Association Oksana SHUMAKOVA   - Ms. SHUMAKOVA, good afternoon! - Good afternoon!        

  • 12 April 2017
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Feed Research as a Key to Food Security

Good afternoon! Today the editorial board of Omsky Biocluster opens a new section called 'Opinion'. The purpose of the section is to have an open discussion on the issues related to business in Omsk region and the whole country. Our first guest is Professor Vladimir KRASNITSKY, the Honored Agronomist of Russia, Doctor of Agricultural Sciences and the Director of Omsky Agrochemical Service Center Federal Government Budgetary Institution.   - Mr. KRASNITSKY, first of all, I would like to welcome you to the new section of our site www.agrobiocluster.ru. This is the first interview within the section.   - Good afternoon!  

  • 11 April 2017
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Kazakhstan increased production of oilseeds

The production of oilseeds in Kazakhstan in 2017 was 2.420 million tons, which is 1.5 times more than in 2014 (1.547 million tons), Evgeny Karabanov, the founder of the Severnoye Zerno Group, said in an interview with APK-Inform.

A.Tkachev: grain intervention is a 'harmful' mechanism

The head of the Ministry of Agriculture considers the state grain intervention as a 'harmful' mechanism, destabilizing the situation in the grain market. It is more efficient now, according to Alexander Tkachev, to subsidize its transportation for export.

Omsk Reference Center received new equipment

The new modern flame photometer PFA-378 was delivered the Laboratory of quality and safety of products of animal and vegetable origin, feed and environmental objects of the Omsk Reference Center of Rosselkhoznadzor (member of Omsky Biocluster).

Russia has a milk shortage

Russia can not yet ensure the substitution of imports in the dairy industry. The fall in imports in 2013 - 2016 was not compensated by the growth in milk production.

EFSA consults industry on food and feed nanotechnology guidance

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has opened a public consultation on its draft guidance for the risk assessment of nanoscience and nanotechnology applications in the food and feed chain. It is expected that EFSA will discuss the new draft rules until March 2018. New changes were proposed based on research conducted since 2011, and offering a wide range of new products based on the application of nanotechnology, reports feednavigator.com.

'Genetics & Breeding of Cattle' Practice News

January 16, the head of 'Genetics & Breeding of Cattle' Practice of Omsky Biocluster Anatoly Shulakov met with the Chairman of the Sibiryak Company (Moskalensky district of Omsk region) Alexander Shachnev (within the Effective Livestock Program). The subject of discussion: the issues of increasing the economic efficiency of dairy cattle breeding in modern conditions.

The distilleries of North Ossetia can be converted to bioethanol

About 10 distilleries in the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania are ready for re-profiling for the production of bioethanol, head of the republican department for state regulation of production and turnover of alcoholic and alcohol-containing products, Batraz Khidirov, said on January 16, TASS reported.

Caution: chicken meat!

Roskontrol (non-profit organization) conducted an examination of semi-finished products from chicken, more precisely chicken broilers: thighs with chilled skin, made under the brands Petelinka, Rzhevskoe Podvorye, Miratorg, Yasnye Zori, To Chto Nado!, Kazhdy Den.

OmSAU will cooperate with the Omsk Region Development Fund

January 11, the rector of Omsk State Agrarian University (member of Omsky Biocluster), professor, doctor of economic sciences Oksana Shumakova and the President of the Manyakin's Omsk Regional Development Fund, the deputy of the Legislative Assembly of Omsk region Stepan Bonkovsky signed the Agreement on cooperation and interaction.

Omsk Agrarian Research Center will receive budget financing

The head of Omsk region, Alexander Burkov, met in Moscow with the head of the Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations (FASO Russia) Mikhail Kotyukov. The main issue was the use of Omsk science resources for the development of agro-industrial complex projects.

Omsk experts confirmed the qualification

Specialists of the laboratory of quality and safety of products of animal and vegetable origin, feed and environmental objects of Omsk Reference Center of Rosselkhoznadzor (member of Omsky Biocluster) took part in international comparative trials and confirmed their competence.