Israeli company AgriGo has established an integrated pig farm in Belarus, a complex project with an investment scope of EUR17 million. The farm has a total area of 20,000 square meters of structures and 7,000 square meters of wastewater treatment reservoirs, and has an expected production capacity of approximately 3,000 tons per year live weight.

Funding for the project was facilitated by Bank Leumi of Israel and Ashra, an Israeli government-owned insurance company.
The project is a full integration which contains a farm of 1,200 sows that comprises all stages of pig breeding and fattening, a water treatment system for the treatment of wastewater and compost production, as well as a feed mill that provides feed for the integrated farm and all the adjusted formulas to the different ages and growing stages of the pigs. A genetic laboratory was also established within the framework of the project for pig insemination and improvement of the future inner growing herd. In addition to the planning and implementation of the project, AgriGo was responsible for the supply of approximately 1,200 sows, which form the core herd of the farm.
The company has a unique technique in the creation of climate-control systems which isolates the growing structures from external conditions and enables livestock - poultry, cattle, swine or fish - to grow under optimal conditions, which in turn generate profitable returns for investors.
Thus, this pig farming is performed using advanced technology developed by AgriGo, enabling the client to enjoy optimal pig farming performance even in the extreme cold temperatures known to Belarus.

"The uniqueness of the project is in the complete integration, starting from the genetic herd improvement stage in the breeding process, through feed, growth and marketing, to wastewater treatment, purification and reclamation for field irrigation," said Ophir Levy, CEO and founder of AgriGo.
AgriGo specializes in design and implementation of turn-key projects as well as modular projects of animal protein.