Agro-industry (APC) is a combination of interlinked industries involved in the production, processing and delivery of agricultural products. APC integrated agriculture and forestry, agricultural production, food, meat, vegetables, fish, flourish, flour mill and cohabitation, rural construction, agricultural machinery repairs, primary processing of non-food agricultural raw materials, public, cooperative and private food trade and public food, as well as industries,
Intersectoral agro-industry complex Social and economic progress and the standard of living of the population are largely determined.
APC has three main pillars, each of which performs its function.
The first is the agricultural production industry: tractor and agricultural machinery, livestock and fodder engineering, etc. The first link provides APC with equipment, fertilizers, construction facilities, etc., i.e. determines the overall level of intensification.
Agricultural machinery is cumbersome and requires many metals for its manufacture. In that regard, its production centres approached primarily consumption areas as well as commodity bases. The mining units are produced in Rostov-na-Donu (Rostelmash), Krasnoyarske (Krasnoyar Compbain Factory) and Lino-Building and Potato Laboratory in the central areas of Russia (Bezk, Ryazan, Tula).
The second link is rural (ground and livestock) and forestry. The branches are different from all other branches of material production:
- Production season;
- The strong impact on its development of the natural environment, which is very diverse in our country;
- The independence of the principal means and means of work - land.
The third tier is the agricultural commodity processing industry: food, light industry, primary processing of the lion, wool, and manufacturing, storage, transport and marketing industries.
The balanced development of all APC links is a prerequisite for addressing the food and agricultural problem. ♪ ♪
The State Programme for the Development of Agriculture and Regulation of Agricultural Markets, Commodities and Food for 2013-2020 was approved by Government Decision No. 717 of 14 July 2012.