HCMC – Construction on a hi-tech agricultural park complex, with a total investment of VND1.5 trillion, began on September 27 in the Central Highlands province of Daklak.
Hung Nhon Group from the southern province of Binh Phuoc and De Heus Group from the Netherlands have joined hands to execute the 200-hectare project, which is slated for completion in the fourth quarter of 2025.
The complex will produce high-quality agro products in a closed process, including the selection and production of breeding pigs and chickens, organic animal feed and organic fertilizers to be exported to the Southeast Asian region, and an automatic pig slaughterhouse.
The farm system of the complex will be operated and monitored by technology provided by SKIOLD, which ensures the origin traceability, helps improve the quality of meat, reduces energy consumption as well as operating costs.
Once completed, the complex is expected to generate job opportunities for some 300 local ethnic minority workers in the province and provide the market with some 25,000 pigs annually.
De Heus Group and Hung Nhon Group also cooperated to establish DHN Daklak Hi-tech Development JSC, which will be located in the complex, to provide healthy pigs with good genes to the market, contributing to the improvement of the productivity and competitive capacity of pig farmers.
By Le Hoang