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Makinsk poultry farm will produce 56 000 tons of meat in 2021

Makinskaya Poultry Farm LLP has launched the second stage of production for growing broilers under the Kus & Vkus brand, which will increase production volumes and reduce the share of poultry meat imports to 32.6% from the current 50.4%. The project is being implemented with the participation of Development Bank of Kazakhstan JSC (DBK, Bank, subsidiary of Baiterek Holding). The plant was built within the framework of the State Program for Industrial and Innovative Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan.


The second stage assumes increase in production capacity from 25 to 56 thousand tons of meat per year. The poultry farm added four broiler plots with 12 poultry houses each, and also equipped it with incubator, fodder, poultry processing plant , meat and bone meal.

Today the poultry farm produces broiler chicken meat, semi-finished products and by-products from poultry meat, the products are in great demand among the population. Representatives of the poultry farm noted that the increase in capacity is another contribution to import substitution of the country and increase in the consumption of chilled meat by the population. The total sales of the Makinsk poultry farm in 2021 will amount to more than 85,000 tons of chicken meat products. It’s 22% of consumption volume of the RK.


The main consumers of the farm's products are residents of Pavlodar, East Kazakhstan, Akmola, Karaganda, and North Kazakhstan regions. To increase the geography, in 2021, the Almaty and Kostanay regions will be added.

“We are confident in the development of our business. We have an adopted medium-term strategy. We are supported by the Development Bank of Kazakhstan. The state supports us in terms of investment subsidies and subsidies for products. We have a strong team that is ready to implement all our plans,” said Abay Bekkereyev, Vice President of Strategic Planning of Aitas KZ JSC.


First stage investments amounted to 33.5 billion tenge, where DBK's participation was 16 billion tenge, the borrower's own participation - 17.5 billion tenge. The second stage cost 14.6 billion tenge, own funds – 3.4 billion tenge and 11.2 billion tenge borrowed from DBK. The project was funded under the SPIID-2.

“Makinskaya poultry farm is the main town-forming enterprise of Bulandy district and makes a significant contribution to the development of the region, providing jobs for the local population, paying tax deductions to the budget, and it is also important to note that the poultry farm products can replace imports, which will be significantly reduced due to the launch of the second stage. The project is illustrative example and contributes to the development of the food industry in Kazakhstan,” said Asel Shitenova, senior banker of Customer Service Department of DBK.


Makinsk poultry farm uses technologically advanced equipment from international manufacturers and meets European standards. Moreover, the production meets the requirements for a humane attitude towards live poultry and the Halal recommendation standards. The commissioning of a new line not only increased production volumes, but also created 570 new jobs for residents of nearby districts. In total, the company employs 1,435 people.

Aitas KZ JSC is the management company of the Aitas Holding, which includes 11 enterprises in the field of crop farming, production and processing of poultry meat, distribution, including Makinskaya and Ust-Kamenogorsk Poultry Farms with the Kus & Vkus brand. Holding "Aitas" was founded in 1996 in Ust-Kamenogorsk city. For 23 years, the company has become a leading vertically integrated holding in the production, processing and distribution of poultry meat, one of the leaders in the agricultural sector of Kazakhstan. JSC "Aitas KZ" occupies one of the leading positions in the industry with a market share of 20% among local producers.


Development Bank of Kazakhstan JSC (DBK, a subsidiary of Baiterek Holding) - specializes in the implementation of large-scale projects in the republic to diversify the national economy and support the regions.

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