Daniel Krátký invests in farms
Slovenské farmárske družstvo (Daniel Krátký) controls Slovak farms with 40,000 ha of land and two farms in Belarus with 10,000 ha. During the pandemic, he bought five Slovak farms (10,000 ha) and his first Belarussian farms. Vazil Hudák, ex-Economy Minister and ex-Vice-President of European Investment Bank, helped him get financing for farms in Belarus. By the end of this year, Krátký wants to have six farms with 40,000 ha there.
Other large investors in Slovak farms include Anton Zsigo (Gamota), Ján Sabol and Oszkár Világi (Exata), Andrej Babiš (Agrofert), Martin Fedor (Sanagro) and the Tkáč family (Esin).