Mayabeque, 10 dic "I've visited two important centers that identify the territory: the most important buffalo company in the country and the rum factory Havana Club in San José de las Lajas," said Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers, at the end of his visit to this territory.
Jorge Perez Benitez, director of this cattle agency reported that the main objective is to promote the studs for their distribution to other units in the country, a plan that began in 2002 on the initiative of President Fidel Castro.
"Today the company has more than 7,000 heads of animals in a pasture area that exceeds 4,000 hectares, where plantings of kingrass and cane are gradually overcoming marabou. We have 57 active dairy farms, we will close 2015 with six other recovered and will be ready next year 16 more, "Perez Benitez said.
The first vice president knew the favorable performance of the main economic indicators of buffalo entity. However, he emphasized on the importance of preparing, training staff and study the characteristics of new markets in order to raise the current levels of efficiency and productivity, which should translate into higher competitive levels.
"The physical conditions of the buffalo favor the growth of mass, high fertility and low mortality, and within months a weight per animal than those achieved by other races," said to Diaz Canel the farmer Victor Rojas Fairs form the dairy number 43.
He further stated that the implementation of Resolution 17 has benefited "those who work and have results in our work. We are very happy with it. "
Finally, the contribution of scientists to the results of cattle in the province, among which we include the Institute of Animal Science (ICA) and the National Center for Agricultural Health centers (CENSA), was recognized.
In the mixed company, Havana Club, in San José de las Lajas, Diaz Canel was informed by the foreign partner and the Cuban part of the internal controls to ensure the traditional quality of the product.
The investment plans include the construction of storage and manufacturing areas where the technology that accompanies aging from old Cuban rum is retained.
Here he also knew that the implementation of the new foreign investment law has benefited from higher salaries to leaders and workers.
Members of the organizing committee of the activities for the fifth anniversary of the young territory, which will be on January 9, offered to Diaz-Canel information about what is expected to happen to honor the anniversary.
Juan Miguel Garcia Diaz, a member of the Central Committee of the Party and first secretary in Mayabeque, and the highest authorities of the Assembly of People's Power and the Council of the Provincial Administration, accompanied the first vice president.