The largest milk producer in Russia and Europe*, the EkoNiva company, invites you to a free tour with a 360-degree view. You will see how cows and calves live on the farm, what they eat and how the Milking "Carousel" is arranged.
Due to the coronavirus, the farm suspends live excursions and switches to virtual format. Join a 360° view of a trip to one of the EkoNiva farms in the Kaluga Region (Ulanovo Village). In five minutes, together with the guide, you will examine individual calf houses and older calf canopies, then you will visit the forage site, the cowsheds and the Milking Carousel.
During the tour, do not forget to rotate the phone or change the viewing angle with the mouse. So you can see every corner of the space where more than six thousand cows and calves live, including 2800 milking cows.
One of the main principles of EkoNiva is openness. Therefore, modern dairy complexes in the Voronezh and Kaluga regions will again be open to all comers as soon as the pandemic is over. In the meantime, learn about the farm and its inhabitants with a guided tour without leaving your home. According to the company's president Stefan Duerr, this format is a unique opportunity to tell a huge number of people about milk production.
The excursion project EkoNiva started in 2012. The purpose of the excursions is to help children to be consciously interested in the life of cows and calves, and adults to learn more important and interesting facts about milk. For all the time, over 55 thousand guests visited the excursions.
You can learn more about the company on the official website, by calling 8 (800) 550-57-00, or on VKontakte and Instagram.
*EkoNiva was recognized as the largest milk producer in Europe according to a study dated February 14, 2020.
Author: Anna Dorozhkina