A PROMISING MECHANISM FOR THE MATERIAL SUPPORT OF THE FARMING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF THE NOVOSIBIRSK REGION)

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 1
Written by Dmitry S. BELAITS, Maxim S. VYSHEGUROV, Anatoly P. BALASHOV, Natalia N. KONOVA, Anastasiia A. SAMOKHVALOVA, Alexey I. GOLIKOV

The ramp-up of the agricultural industry output requires the use of new, high-performance machines, whilst the complicated world economic situation has made it difficult to purchase foreign agricultural equipment. All these factors contributed to an increase in the demand for both domestic and Belarusian equipment. Tractors and various attachments are the most popular type of farm machinery with agricultural producers, which is used in almost all farm works. In this regard, there is a significant load being placed on them which leads to frequent breakdowns. At the same time, the age of tractors in farms of the Novosibirsk Region is mostly more than 10 years, which is also one of the reasons for failing. Most farms are simply unable to regularly update their machine and tractor fleet; therefore, during the spring field works or crop harvesting, it often happens that machines break down and wait for repairs for a long time. This results in crop losses and low yields. It is necessary to develop such a mechanism of the material support for agricultural producers which will help to avoid equipment downtime and lead to an increase in the gross collection.

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BELAITS D.S., VYSHEGUROV M.S., BALASHOV A.P., KONOVA N.N., SAMOKHVALOVA A.A., GOLIKOV A.I. 2018, A PROMISING MECHANISM FOR THE MATERIAL SUPPORT OF THE FARMING INDUSTRY (A CASE STUDY OF THE NOVOSIBIRSK REGION). Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 1, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 85-102.


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