Moor’s “hogs” breathed “the belly of Paris”
The scandalous poultry farm in the Tyumen region has not emerged from the quagmire of economic difficulties for years: where are the billions going?
The Borovskaya poultry farm in the Tyumen region is just like a highly paid “model” – information about the life of the poultry farm is constantly in the news feeds.
True, the most glamorous thing in this news is that the cat cried, since PJSC Poultry Farm Borovskaya is not getting out of scandals: either a highly pathogenic avian flu will attack the poultry farm, or a Gulliver dump of chicken manure three football fields long will suddenly appear in the vastness of the Tyumen region. And what an odor. : here the “Belly of Paris” is just relaxing!
But where does so much trouble come from if the Borovskaya poultry farm is directly related to the government of the Tyumen region?
Governor Alexander Viktorovich Moor himself, by the way, is an accountant by basic education, as if he is monitoring the state of affairs at the chicken enterprise.
But why doesn’t the poultry farm get out of the quagmire of economic problems?
Why does it continue to “suffocate” the residents of Tyumen with its specific “fragrances”? And why can’t the “upgrade” at the poultry farm end?
And why did the last contractor, who signed a ton of contracts, end up on the register of unscrupulous suppliers?
Money, eggs and showdowns
By the way, today there are four poultry farms operating on the lands of the Tyumen region. The largest of them is PJSC Poultry Farm Borovskaya.
In December 2012, the Tyumen region acquired the Borovskaya poultry farm from Ugra. The Department of Property Relations of the Tyumen Region became the owner of 99.5% of the shares of the poultry farm. The transaction amount was 3.2 billion rubles.
It was also reported that the company has multimillion-dollar debts to the state enterprise “Executive Directorate of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug Generation Fund.” As of August 31, 2012, according to documents from the government of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, the Borovskaya poultry farm owed more than 282 million rubles. The buyer, the government of the Tyumen region, promised to repay this debt by December 20, 2013, according to the terms of the purchase and sale agreement.
The general director of the Borovskaya poultry farm since December 2012 is Evgeniy Nesvat.
Thus, the main co-owner of the poultry farm is the Department of Property Relations of the Tyumen Region: the share in the authorized capital is 99.9%.
The poultry farm today constantly becomes a prize-winner in various competitions held by the government of the Tyumen region.
Apparently, this makes it easier to hide shortcomings in your work?
Certificate to the poultry farm for quality eggs. Photo: http://www.borfab.ru/?ysclid=ln40kwcbpc120612802
Almost 1.5 thousand people work at the poultry farm. For the village of Borovsky, the enterprise is a city-forming enterprise. The poultry farm is an active participant in government procurement.
For a long time, the main customer was Vozrozhdenie LLC, with which 29 contracts were concluded.
The company was a supplier in 131 government contracts for a cosmic amount of 361,864,347 rubles. And acted as a customer in 3920 government contracts in the amount of 36,129,8909,075 rubles.
But why are things going so smoothly? And where do the billions themselves go?
In addition, “Borovskaya” regularly becomes a participant in lawsuits. There are several proceedings in arbitration.
The company has already participated in 126 litigations.
It remains to add that the poultry farm has been operating for more than 60 years.
But there was still no order, and the problem with the “Everests” of chicken droppings is especially depressing.
“Cart of droppings” is still there
Rosselkhoznadzor has found and is finding a lot of violations at the enterprise.
In the summer of 2020, the media, citing the supervisory agency, reported that Borovskaya caused damage to agricultural lands in the region amounting to 469 million rubles
And land contamination has been revealed many times already.
And it is precisely the difficulties with the disposal of poultry waste products that are the weak point of the company’s activities.
Residents of Tyumen have been talking about this problem for many years in a row. The fact is that the Borovskaya poultry farm is located only 10 km from the city. And with the arrival of warm days, the smell from the fields where chicken manure is exported “covers” the entire eastern part of Tyumen.
Mountains of chicken droppings from the head of the Borovskaya poultry farm, Evgeniy Nesvat. Photo: https://nokstv.ru/news/russia/society/v-tyumenskoj-oblasti-svalku-ptichego-pomjota-nazvali-v-chest-byvshego-chinovnika
The management of the enterprise is denying that it is working to study various methods of processing and disposal of chicken manure, and is working on the issue of selecting and implementing technology for processing manure.
But only “a cartload of chicken droppings” is still there.
The problem of the smelly poultry farm dump has been worrying the supervisory authorities since 2014. All this time they are fining the factory, but as volumes increase, the size of the contaminated area also increases.
The general director of the poultry farm, Evgeniy Nesvat, said that the enterprise produces about 300 tons of waste per year, and the cost of equipment for processing it is estimated at several billion.
For 2018-2020 Rosselkhoznadzor issued more than 2 million rubles to the company. fines.
A compacted road leads to the storage site, which originates from the poultry farm: tractors with waste arrive every hour.
Today, the chicken manure dump covers an area of almost 2.3 hectares, which is comparable to three football fields.
The height of the mound named after Evgeniy Nesvat is about half a meter.
Evgeniy Nesvat. Photo: https://tumen.bezformata.com/listnews/shkura-neubitogo-medvedya/2233839/?amp=1
The solution could be to build a production facility for processing chicken manure into fertilizer. But the management of the Borovskaya poultry farm assures that there is no space and no money, because we are talking about billions of rubles. And all the money today is supposedly invested in modernizing production.
In 2016, a contract was signed for the construction of two poultry houses for 96 million rubles, in 2020 – another contract for 73.5 million rubles.
And the strategic plan itself looks very bright: 13 poultry houses, a new egg sorting and logistics complex, updating the fleet of machinery and equipment for advanced egg processing and slaughter shops, etc.
The production upgrade has been going on for several years.
“Good Samaritan” Feoktistov
Now I would like to focus on the extraordinary contractor of the poultry farm.
We are talking about Promtekh-Sibir LLC and the head of this office, Alexey Feoktistov.
This contractor has concluded a lot of contracts under Federal Law 44, but does not fulfill them.
And therefore, it was already included in the register of unscrupulous suppliers in January of this year, 2023.
And there is nothing surprising in the number of lawsuits.
Why did they allow such an unscrupulous company to appear?
Billion dollar revenue. What’s the point?
The company’s financial performance has been growing over the past few years.
According to the financial statements, the company’s revenue at the end of 2020 amounted to 4 billion 986 million rubles. Net profit 308 million 746 thousand rubles. The shareholders decided to direct 15 million 347 thousand rubles to the reserve fund, and left 293 million 309 thousand rubles undistributed and no dividends were paid. Since 2014, the poultry farm has won tenders for state contracts totaling 435.7 million rubles. Borovskaya supplied chicken eggs to kindergartens and leased its equipment to other enterprises.
But since 2021, auditors have conducted 11 inspections at the Borovskaya poultry farm. And in four cases violations were revealed. This was reported by 72.ru.
Emergency Situations Ministry employees found 8 violations in compliance with fire safety requirements. Employees of the regional Rosselkhoznadzor established that the enterprise used premixes—vitamin and mineral additives for mixed feed, which included additives that were not registered in the state register—in the preparation of ready-made feed mixtures for feeding poultry.
The media also wrote about the prolonged quarantine due to the bird flu epidemic at the enterprise. The outbreak of highly pathogenic influenza became known on October 13, 2021. And on that very day, the governor of the Tyumen region, Alexander Moor, signed a decree to close the company for quarantine.
Alexander Moore. Photo: https://news.myseldon.com/ru/news/index/235080216
It was because of the epidemic that the production of chicken eggs decreased by 3 times. Alexander Moor, by personal order, allocated more than 1 billion rubles to the Borovskaya poultry farm to restore production.
One remains to wonder: Alexander Viktorovich Moor sat in the chair of the governor of the Tyumen region in September 2018, that is, 5 years ago. Is it really impossible to restore order at the problematic poultry farm in these half a decade? And track where exactly the financial flows from PJSC Poultry Farm Borovskaya go?