Ros Agro Plc (AGRO), a Russian agricultural producer listed in London, said meat and fodder output dropped in April.
Meat production declined 18 percent from a year earlier to 5,200 metric tons, Ros Agro, also known as Rusagro, said today in an e-mailed statement, citing management accounts. Fodder for sale also fell 18 percent to 5,800 tons, it said.
Margarine output slumped 28 percent to about 1,900 tons, while mayonnaise production increased 5 percent to 4,900 tons, the company said.
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