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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 19.02.2019, 15:41

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Estonia: E-Piim to start building EUR 100 mln dairy processing plant in Paid

Estonia: E-Piim to start building EUR 100 mln dairy processing plant in Paid

18.02.2019

tonian dairy cooperative E-Piim is preparing for the establishment of a 100 million euro dairy processing plant in Paide, for which final coordination with the Agricultural Registers and Information Board (PRIA) and signatures to construction and technology contracts are needed, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Agriculture, Estonia, Good for Business, Industry



Number of dairy herds in Latvia drops 10.4% over past year

Number of dairy herds in Latvia drops 10.4% over past year

15.02.2019

In January 2019 the number of dairy herds in Latvia had dropped by 10.4 percent from January 2018, according to information released by the Agricultural Data Center writes LETA.

Lithuania resumes pig exports to Poland

Lithuania resumes pig exports to Poland

05.02.2019

Lithuania has resumed its exports of pigs to Poland after a break of two months, informed LETA/BNS.


Food wheat price increases 21% in December 2018 on December 2017

Food wheat price increases 21% in December 2018 on December 2017

04.02.2019

Price of food wheat in Latvia in December 2018 was 21% higher than in December 2017 and 7% higher than the average food wheat price in the country over the past five years, according to the Agriculture Ministry's data writes LETA.

Lithuania's Auga Group, My Land LT eye haylage exports to China

Lithuania's Auga Group, My Land LT eye haylage exports to China

04.02.2019

Auga Group and My Land LT are interested in taking up the opportunity to expand their exports after China has opened its market to the import of haylage, a type of animal feed made from semi-wilted, fermented grass, from Lithuania, informed LETA/BNS,


30.01.2019

Poland officially lifts ban on imports of Lithuanian pigs

Poland has officially lifted its ban on imports of Lithuanian pigs bred in the major part of Lithuania, which is Zone II of African swine fever, Lithuania's Ministry of Agriculture says LETA/BNS.

29.01.2019

Lithuania's FNTT refuses to probe Agrokoncernas' Russian fertilizer imports

The Lithuanian Financial Crime Investigation Service (FNTT) refuses to launch an investigation regarding fertilizer imports by Agrokoncernas, a company owned by Ramunas Karbauskis, the leader of the ruling Lithuanian Farmers and Greens Union (LFGU), from Russia's Minudobreniya via intermediaries, according the Lrt.lt news website reported LETA/BNS.

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