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The First Deer Farm has been Established in the Stavropol Territory to Attract Tourists
4.02.2020 13:55
The First Deer Farm has been Established in the Stavropol Territory to Attract Tourists

The first deer farm has been established in the Stavropol Territory to attract tourists to the region.

      The farm was built by a Stavropol farmer in Andropovsky district. The complex also includes a hotel.

      Antler baths are also being built to cure tourists. It is noted that the owners of the farm plan to build a cafe, make eco-trails with bike lanes and trails for horse riding.

      The farm contains 100 deer - 50 females and 50 males; the animals were bought in Kaliningrad Oblast. The deer are currently undergoing an adaptation period.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Stavropol Territory     

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