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March, 04 2014 08:45:00

Vinamilk starts construction of new dairy factory

Vinamilk, or the Viet Nam Diary Products Joint Stock Company, began construction of the Thanh Hoa 2 Holstein Farm at Phu Nhuan Commune in Thanh Hoa Province.— Photo laodong

HCM CITY (VNS)  — Vinamilk, or the Viet Nam Diary Products Joint Stock Company, began construction of the Thanh Hoa 2 Holstein Farm at Phu Nhuan Commune in Thanh Hoa Province's Nhu Thanh District last week.

With a capacity of 3,000 Holstein cows, the farm will cover an area of 35,000 sq.m. It is expected to start operation this September, and reach an average capacity of 50 tonnes a day.

In two years, Vinamilk has plans to open three new farms in Tay Ninh Province with 10,000 Holsteins, Ha Tinh Province with 3,000 heads, and Thanh Hoa Province with 20,000 heads, bringing Vinamilk's total to nine farms with 46,000 Holsteins. — VNS

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