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1. The Dangers of Vegetarianism

A doctor believes that Russia isn’t ready for vegetarians.

Tags: agriculture, vegetarians
2. Oh, Deer.

Sakhalin Island deputies introduce legislation to revive a shrinking livestock trade: reindeer herding.

Tags: agriculture, industry, politics, animals, reindeer
3. Dumbledovich and the Chamber of Bovine Distractions

Russia is a little out of touch with reality this week: gates lead to nowhere, cows get VR, and bankers think the economy is like Harry Potter.

Tags: Moscow, metro, Chelyabinsk, harry potter, cows, agriculture, cherepovets
By Tiffany Zhu
4. Planting the Fourteenth Century

Russian scientists have restored the steppe of Kulikovo – just as it was when the country's seminal battle was fought in 1380.

Tags: museums, agriculture, environment, kulikovo
5. Into the Breach

Vladimir left the big city to set up a farm in rural Lipetsk Oblast. And he doesn’t regret it one bit.

Tags: lipetsk, agriculture, farming
6. Hogweed instead of Birches

The Caucasus had a fast-growing plant that the Soviets wanted to plant up north to use for animal feed. What could possibly go wrong?

Tags: reforms, soviet, agriculture, farming
7. Favorite Stories from 2018

We look back and some of our, and your, favorite stories from The Weekly Russia File during 2018.

Tags: agriculture, world cup, soccer, Lavrov
8. Note Book

All the news that fits, from all over Russia, including locusts, The Death of Stalin, finances, and a Grammy.

Tags: music, agriculture, stalin
9. Retaking a Village

A Russian entrepreneur and family save a village, start an agro business, and share a recipe for Tatar pies.

Tags: agriculture

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