The state farm “Antipayutinskiy” keeps traditions and trades of indigenous population during 45 years
15:58 1 июля 2019
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On the 1st of July the state farm “Antipayutinskiy” is celebrating its 45th anniversary since the day of foundation. It was created in 1974 by separating from Tazovskiy fish-processing factory. Today the state farm is one of town-forming and stably functioning enterprises of the settlement Antipayuta. As before, reindeer husbandry and fishery are the main kinds of activity. The herd consists of almost 11 thousand reindeer. The plan on provision of meat and fish is fulfilled completely: not less than 90 tonnes of meat and more than 150 tonnes of fish every year.
The collective of the state farm includes 137 people, 8 brigades – 70 people are involved in reindeer husbandry and more than 30 people – in fishery. The entire reindeer-herding dynasties are among employees of the enterprise – children and grandchildren of those people, who gave many years of working activity to agriculture of the district, work now in the state farm.
Thus, Nacha Vanuito, Vanyusi Vanuito, Papali Lapsui made considerable contribution to development of reindeer husbandry in the district. And their children continue family traditions. The younger generation borrows experience of work, love to tundra and respect to traditions of ancestors from the older generation.
This year the team of the state farm participated in the XIX Spartakiad of working people dedicated to the Year of volunteers, where they took the first places in kettlebell lifting, northern all-around, track and field athletics, ski race, table tennis, chess and darts. By the results, the team of the state farm “Antipayutinskiy” took the first honorable place.
Keeping of traditional kinds of activity and trades of indigenous population, processing, manufacturing and selling of products of reindeer husbandry and fishery still stay the main task of the enterprise as many years ago, as it is informed in the administration of Tazovskiy district.