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HUF 6.1 bln invested in cow and pig farm

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The Mezort Group yesterday inaugurated a HUF 6.1. bln investment at the Lajta-Hansag dairy farm in Karolyháza, north-western Hungary, said Mezort CEO Ferenc Purgai.

The investment included construction of an automatized rotary milking parlor, a stable and a hog-raising facility. The new milking parlor is expected to increase productivity by 50%, Lajta-Hansag CEO József Preiner noted.

European Union funding provided 40% of investment costs.

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