IAZ Dairy Farm Social Project

IAZ Dairy Farm 125 ha Development Site in Tskaltubo Municipality

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Irrigation Channel 1

Irrigation Channel 2

Irrigation Channel 3

IAZ 125 Ha Land plot #1

For Dairy Cattle Farm Development

in Tskaltubo Municipality

500 m

Water Extracting Company Territory

Private Greenhouses

Kopitnari IDP

Settlement

IAZ 157 Ha Land Plot #2

For Greenhouse Cluster Development

In Tskaltubo Municipality

Drainage

Drainage

Drainage

Drainage

Drainage

Drainage

IAZ 125 Ha Land Plot #1

For Dairy Cattle Farm Development

in Tskaltubo Municipality

Irrigation Channel 1

Irrigation Channel 2

Irrigation Channel 3

Drainage Channels

500 m Restriction Zone

For Industrial Activities (According to Water Regulation Rules of Georgia)

Water Extracting Company Territory

Kopitnari IDP Settlement

Private Greenhouses

Available nearby Water Resources, Irrigation & Drainage Channels

Ongoing Discussions with:

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IAZ, with its 125 ha land plot, is planning to develop a Dairy Cattle Farm. The goal of the project is to support Kopitnari IDP settlement and Partskhanakanevi inhabitants in developing and organizing a modern, self-sustainable cattle farm for the milk production with the future growth perspectives that could create opportunities for the Kopitnari IDP families to generate more income by:

  • Officially acquiring the 125 ha land plot for pastures and cattle food production;

  • Organizing the modern cow stables, milking and storage facilities according to the international standards;

  • Creating an opportunity of the cattle farming growth on the enquired 5 ha land plot for the IDP settlement cattle farm;

  • Organizing the IDP settlement cow owners as a cooperative legal basis to conduct structured joint activities and create sustainable bases for the high-quality milk production and sales;

  • Creating jobs at the cattle farm and food production land plot site for the IDP community members;

  • Creating different training and educational program opportunities for the Kopitnari IDP settlement young inhabitants;

  • Organizing the produced milk competitive sales at available market price by not being dependent on only one cheese producer cooperative as a wholesale buyer and/or other existing intermediaries to the market for smaller quantities.