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«GOODZHEM German Feed Mill" - is a limited liability partnership. The organization is located in Zhambyl region in the city of Taraz.

Primary activity is producing mixed feed for species of farm animals, birds and fish. Compounded by plant mixed feed is offered for free trade.


Elevator availability provides the plant with the possibility of possessing necessary raw materials and rendering commercial services of grain crop shiftment and storage.

Developed railway makes the plant an active participant of economic life of whole Kazakhstan. The plant project has been developed within the frame of planned economy and aimed at servicing farms, poultry farms, fattening units. Nowadays it is a client-aimed company regarding all the buyers such as animal production and poultry production complexes, small commercial farm units, entrepreneurs and private subsidiary farms.

Nowadays Kazakhstan (RK) supplementary feed market develops at a rather quick rate. This ramp-up is accounted for rising of animal production on the one hand and state support of this sphere through grants and soft credits on the other hand. Ministry of Agriculture of Kazakhstan worked out a master-plan of developing feed production up to 2020 for the purposes of this branch growth. System decision of the matter involves upgrading the existing and newly built feed plants through soft-term financing and rendering support by investment subsidization. Kazakhstan establishment fully understand that mixed feed industry renaissance is the base of animal production raise and rural development.

Curiously enough it is mixed feed that is a key link in the chain of animal production output. For the main task on animal production output is self-sufficiency in quality feed. Opening of the customs borders allows purchasing supplementary feed of the best world brands. However animal breeding cost increases consequently. So it is reasonable to manufacture quality feed yourself.

Effectiveness of getting animal production depends on feed quality. For this reason control functions are of great moment at all production stages: primary products, technological process and output. Though the poultry breeders permanently come across the whole range of the factors influencing negatively on the industry sphere and holding back productivity they managed to put French and Czech chicken, American chicken legs and Chinese egg out from the market. These days twenty original mixed feed plants with the total productive capacity of around 1 million tons of production are at work in Kazakhstan. Above that feed manufacturing is launched in 114 shops with the total capacity of 694 thousand tons per year, including 98 ones in peasant farms and the rest ones are interfarm. According to the Republic State Statistical Agency data the volume of their production increases by 5 to 7% annually during the last years. In 2011 about 1,1 million tons of mixed feed were put out that is 6,9% more than that of 2010, including 7,8% in bird food and 6,2% in cattle feed. Before 2008 premixes and protein vitamin-mineral concentrates (PVMC) were imported from abroad. But today the volumes of the production as well increase by the own manufacture. In 2010 PVMC output increased 2,6 times as compared with 2008, i.e. to 22 thousand tons and to 28 thousand tons in 2011. So do the growth rates of the premixes which were got 12,2 thousand tons in 2011 that is 36,6% more than that of 2010.

Mixed feed industry manufactures mixed feed practically for all species and age groups of animals, birds and fish. For nutrient density balancing up to 15 and more components including grain and grain legume ones, foods of animal origin, side products of food and pharmaceutical sectors, mineral raw materials, biologically active supplement and others are added to their composition. But this production level doesn’t satisfy the demand animal industry in terms of quantity and quality. Their specific weight in concentrated feed total consumption doesn’t exceed 20% while around 3 million tons of grain are used milled and as grain mixtures. The calculations show that by 2020 animal and fish industries of the republic are going to require up to 3 million tons of complete mixed feed per year.

We note that annually volumes of feed in the world increase while relevant resources reduce. Many feed components became critical and some ones are used for other purposes (for production of ethanol, biogas etc.). The rise in price while reducing of traditional energy resources drove the necessity of including up to 80% of grain components in the feed composition that results in their imbalance and fails to get biologically complete animal production. In this connection looking for new kinds of feed products and creation of rational technology for effective usage of raw material supply are rather actual.

It becomes more and more evident in recent years when animal productivity growth in the republic is seriously stunted because of the weak feed base lack of protein and energy feed, biologically active substances that breeds worse deviations in the mixed feed and rations.

Mixed feed enterprises built in 1970-1980 are often incapable of providing a customer with high-quality feed at affordable prices while more than one- half these capacities stand idle. With that many animal farms are forced to purchase feed abroad. Feed costs for production of animal outputs in RK are high against the norms in developed countries. Grain components in feed composition cover more than 75% against that of 30-40% in the EU countries. The grain legume situation is also problematic. In recent years their gross collection doesn’t exceed 150 thousand tons while the demand is 600 thousand tons or more.

The republic is just 8-10% provided with feed of vegetable and animal origin, microbiological synthesis. For effective work the animal industry requires about 350 thousand tons of soy oilcakes.

To have the mixed feed compounded in Kazakhstan high quality and competitive first of all it is necessary to cope with the section’s dependence on imported raw materials. The state should promote production of the own high quality mixed feed through grants. The Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic and scientific institutes should undertake measures on searching alternative local sources of protein; tie in the cultivated area structures, selecting sorts of grain, grain legume and oil plants with requirements of the feed industry and industrial livestock complexes. Soon the chain of new industrial complexes and mixed feed plants will change rural areas, provide the considerable part of free population with a qualified job, give an impetus to the forage crop production increase and also to restoration of rabbit, fur and fish farm industries.

Directions and effectiveness of state support in the forage production. The total amount of the budgetary provisions made for developing animal industry in the Republic of Kazakhstan in 2010 figured up to around 15 627,4 million tenge and annual average growth of state aid to the animal-breeding sector figured up to around 10%.

Since 2010 the pure-strain stock-breeding subsidy mechanism has been changed, so since the beginning of the current year the subsidies have been paid out to the agriculture commodity producers who purchase young breeder.

Budgetary transfers to commodity producers are intended for partial cheapening (to 45%) of mixed and (or) concentrate feed used for production of beef, pork, broiler poultry meat(hereinafter poultry meat), chicken egg of egg crosses(hereinafter market egg) as well as for partial reimbursement of expenditures for production of milk, fine-wool ship wool (hereinafter fine wool), mutton, horse meat, kumiss and Camel milk.

Criteria to the commodity producers for participation in the subsidy program are established through the order of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan each and every item and quality of the animal product produced.

Defining the quota holdings, subsidized production volume is performed on the base of zootechnic production output norms depending on a breed and productivity direction. For non-descript cattle an average regional statistic value is used as a basis.

On the base of the republic feed production condition analysis undertaken the following conclusions can be made:

Since we are dealing with the production of ready feed for the animals bred on a farm the question of the cattle and poultry dynamics in Kazakhstan shall be taken into consideration. So the greater the cattle and poultry stock is the more feed for animals is required. Also taking into consideration that currently the RK government mapped out the agriculture direction and make the definite subsidies particularly to the development of the animal section which for effective performance ability includes practically all possible sections such as mixed feed industry, fat-and-oil industry and other sections. Construction of the feed production automated complex will allow not only being effective in the present realities but also quickly running. However keeping in mind the above described analysis the fact that the feed production automated complex shall be followed, as the next stage, by the construction of poultry complex or any other animal complex for the opportunity of gaining an own closed cycle and independence both in feed supplying and end product realization is worth taking into consideration.

A growing global demand for oilseeds and their derivative products is a driver for increasing production of the above mentioned products not only in Ukraine and Russia but also in Kazakhstan. During the last five years Kazakhstan strengthens its positions of oilseeds manufacturer slowly but steadily. 2011/2012 MY turned to be significant for the country in the context that Kazakhstan became a net fat-and-oil production exporter. Growing rates of oilseeds production and processing as well as more attractive prices on the part of importers as compared with those of the domestic market didn’t go unnoticed for the country. Investment projects at Kazakhstan oilseed market are realized by both Russia and China. And it is no accident.

Diversification of agricultural production

Undoubtedly production of grain plants and wheat in particular is of top priority for Kazakhstan. In 2012 agricultural spring seeding area amounted to 18,8 million ha including wheat accounting for 15,7 million ha. At the same time during last five years Kazakhstan has been expanding the cultivated areas under oilseeds. At that sometimes the expansion is carried out through reduction of cultivated areas under wheat.

It showed itself in 2010/2011MY most clearly – soy, sunflower, rape and flax plantings increased by 487 thousand ha while those of wheat reduced by 489 thousand ha. Such the changes were accounted for Kazakhstan state crop production policy aimed at promoting oilseeds production diversification. At that the potential of total squares under oilseeds in the country is evaluated by the local authorities at a level of 2 million ha. Generally Kazakhstan experts don’t stop underlining that the country possesses the vast areas favorable to planting agricultural goods.

Sunflower is a leading plant. The gross of oilseeds is planted in northern Kazakhstan. Sunflower and rape are planted north-east, flax is in the north and west and soy is in southern Kazakhstan.

Analysis of the market

According to the Oil World analysts’ calculations in 2012/2013 oil-bearing plantings in Kazakhstan reached 1,6 million ha that is twice 2008/2009 season result. Half of the mentioned squares that is 850 thousand ha were allotted for sunflower against 956 thousand previous year. Also a significant increase in flax squares was registered – 419(326) thousand ha were allotted for it. Above that 250(230) thousand ha fell to the share of rape and 82(71) thousand ha were accounted for soy.

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A noteworthy detail is that in 2011/2012 MY after the record harvest of sunflower Kazakhstan exported 36 thousand tons of the mentioned oil plant. Stepped-up sales fell on January-May 2012 and were much connected with the difficulties of sunflower import from Russia and Ukraine because of ice situation. In general Kazakhstan fights for increasing sunflower processing domestically and exporting the oil and oil cakes. So in 2011/2012 MY sunflower oil and oil cafes export from Kazakhstan figured up to the record 16,89 thousand tons and 99,48 thousand tons correspondingly. Iran and UAE hit top 3 of the key sunflower oil cakes importers having purchased 32% and 20% of the mentioned volume correspondingly.

According to the Oil World analysts forecast sunflower export from Kazakhstan will be accounted for 20 thousand tons in 2012/2013 MY (September-August). Taken as a whole the sunflower production in the country in 2012/2013 MY turned to be higher against the analysts’ expectations – 400 thousand tons of the oil plant were lifted what however is behind the record of 2011 (440 thousand tons). In accordance with the IA APC-Inform data during September-November 2012 sunflower shipments from Kazakhstan figured to 1,7 thousand tons what exceeded the result of the same period previous year by 60%. Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan were the main importers of Kazakhstan sunflower whereas in 2011/2012 MY such countries as Tajikistan, Netherland, Poland, Iran and Germany and in 2010/2011 MY China and South Korea were among the importers. By the end of the season Kazakhstan can export other 18,3 thousand tons of sunflower.

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Regarding sunflower oil shipments it is necessary to note that during September-November 2012 Kazakhstan exported 3,56 thousand tons that was practically three times more than that of the same period of the last season. It is rather interesting to note that 28% of the mentioned volume went to India. At that Uzbekistan remained the top importer.

Sunflower oil cakes export from Kazakhstan for September-November 2012 also exceeded the last year result being accounted for 16,3 thousand tons. 59% of the mentioned volume went to Uzbekistan, 22% - to UAE, 8% - to Kyrgyzstan, 7% - to Tajikistan and 5% - to Iran. On the whole the Oil World analysts expect 70 thousand tons of sunflower oil cakes export from Kazakhstan for season 2012/2013. So by the end of the season the country can supply the world market with other 53,7 thousand tons of sunflower oil cakes.

Over the last years the world seed oil market became heavily dependent on the market of petrochemicals due to fast development of the alternative energy and biodiesel in particular.

So the key factors shaping the market of Kazakh sunflower oil are not only domestic but external as well.

To resume the above written it turns out that any present-day APC enterprise whether it is of fat-and-oil sector or mixed feed industry shall have its closed production cycle. The main task of which is the most rational production usage of natural resources and energy ensuring environmental protection. Nowadays it is not enough to just provide the society with the desired amount of production – this production shall meet the international quality standards, the most important components of which are exactly the ecological components of all the produced and consumed.

In this connection after the construction of oil processing there appears the need of further development (if desired) of the whole production and creation of an own closed cycle. The following development steps can differ; moving in either poultry or cattle direction where a need of uninterrupted supply in high quality feed arises as a consequence.