The year 2010 saw the creation of a modern technologically advanced complex for dairy farming.
The number of cattle is maintained at a level of 350 head, including 300 dairy cows, the dairy cow herd consisting of the Holstein-Friesian (HF) breed.
The livestock is kept in loose-stall cowsheds equipped with a herringbone milking parlour, with a 2x10 layout.
The main aim of breeding is to produce good quality milk with high parameters, as well as to obtain excellent breeding material.
The average milk yield per cow is 9500 kg, and it should be stressed that this yield continues to increase each month. This level of milk production has been achieved by: proper selection of stock, correct mating procedures, high-quality roughage, our own mixing plant and very good conditions of animal welfare.