The strategy of innovative development of livestock of the Kyrgyz Republic to 2020

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The article deals with the theoretical and practical concept of strategy of innovative development of livestock Kyrgyz Republic. In addressing this issue, evidence-based strategies of livestock development with regard to the provisions of Agriculture of the Kyrgyz Republic and the possibility of further development. Described a gradual increase in competitive pressure of foreign manufacturers that supply to our market is cheaper, various products. The current policy in relation to agriculture may improve the situation and lead to an increase in poverty in particular farmer (peasant) farms. One of the most important groups of problems in the development of agriculture creates small size of land holdings of farmers, the low level of land consolidation. Weak production capacity is an important factor that complicates the access to financial resources and, accordingly, the possibility of acquiring the market for goods and services that are used in the production process (fuel, fertilizer, machinery, services, veterinary services, etc.). Numerous efforts to build agricultural cooperatives, agro-industrial clusters, co-operatives and agricultural processing industry and trade were not successful and did not give the expected results. The combination of these problems as well as environmental factors creates a set of problems that hinder the growth of output and efficiency of agriculture and livestock sub-sector. This calls for the development of a strategy of innovative development of animal husbandry and agriculture in general.

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Sh A Zhantemirov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

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Department of economics and entrepreneurship

A Sh Zhantemirova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of information technology


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