U.S. to provide Georgia with latest farm machinery, worth $2.5 million
Georgia, Tbilisi, Aug.23 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
A presentation of 10 U.S.-made combine harvesters will be held today in Orkhevi (near Tbilisi) in the mechanization service center. The event will be attended by the Georgian Minister of Agriculture Bakur Kvezereli, U.S. ambassador John Bass, and farmers.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture, the advanced machinery will be distributed among different regions, allowing people to harvest with the help of the latest technology in the autumn.
The machine is a universal U.S. combine with 300 horsepower capacity, which enables harvesting with minimal losses.
The total cost of these latest combines is $2.5 million.