OUR STORY. IT'S ALL ABOUT HIGH QUALITY FOOD
Mačva has been involved in farming since 1956, and a lot more besides. Not only have we been responsible for growing high quality food for a great many years. We have also had a major part to play in shaping the ecosystem of the whole Mačva region. Not just its natural resources and characteristics, but its complete way of life. It's our belief that only by respecting the whole environment can you produce wholesome food.
The Mačva Region
Mačva is a fertile area located between the Sava and Drina rivers in the North West part of Central Serbia, about 80 kilometres to the West of Belgrade. One of Serbia's largest agricultural regions, at around 800 square kilometres in size, it is rich in natural resources. Its copious water supplies (supplemented by an extensive drainage canal network) and favourable climatic conditions make it ideally suited to mechanised field crop and vegetable growing, along with a good range of mixed husbandry.
On top of this, Mačva is well positioned for access with key international transport routes. Including both the Pan-European Corridor 7 (the River Sava-Danube waterway) and Corridor 10 (rail and road, in particular the Belgrade-Zagreb E70 highway, plus the M19 and M21), as well as Belgrade Airport.
It is situated in the centre of South East Europe's regional free trade zone, which includes Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovinia, Croatia, Macedonia and Molodova (under the Central European Free Trade Agreement - CEFTA 2006). It enjoys good trade relations with the Russian Federation under a bilateral free trade agreement with Serbia, and also has good connections with strategic markets in Western Europe, the East, Mediterranean and Asia.
Our Approach to Farming
Our company has many years' experience in growing arable crops, rearing poultry and cows, and trading in milk and dairy products. We thoroughly understand the importance of high quality food, and regard this as our major business objective. At the same time we are also involved in buying agricultural goods, and in organising crop production through co-operation and trade with the local community. In particular, we concentrate on improving business for small farmers.