More than 2,300 hectares of grassland along Ho Chi Minh Road became a check-in point

NGHE AN – Many people often stop to take photos of the grass fields passing through Nghia Binh and Nghia Son communes (Nghia Dan district), making this place a familiar check-in spot.

On the way back to Hanoi after the Tet holiday, Tieu Linh’s family (Nghia Khanh commune, Nghia Dan district) was attracted by the vast mombasa grass field as far as the eye could see along the Ho Chi Minh trail. The young family stopped the car to rest and take pictures. Linh said she couldn’t help but be impressed by the endless green knee-high grasses, the basalt red dirt road running through the green, and the fresh air.

“When I encountered these grass slopes, I felt so fascinated that even though it was late, I couldn’t leave. The deeper I go, the more beautiful they are.” Tieu Linh said. While taking photos, her husband also said: “Not everywhere has beautiful fields like this. If you go to Europe, you will probably only get this much.” Absorbed in taking photos, that day it was nearly midnight when Linh’s family arrived in Hanoi.

Minh Son, a photographer in Hanoi, who has experienced taking photos here, commented: “The grassland is very large, in the distance there are a few large lonely trees, so the overall scene is quite chill. The grassy slopes grow The tall grass mixed with newly cut grass creates many streaks, many layers, and the color tones have a certain variation, quite interesting.

Mombasa grassland is part of the overall 8,100 hectares of raw material growing area of ​​the Dairy Farming and Milk Processing Project, with a total investment of 1.2 billion USD by TH Group.

In 2020, this enterprise was recognized by the World Records Union as having “The world’s largest high-tech farm cluster with a closed production process”. Mombasa is a grass variety grown in many countries to serve raising cows and dairy cows, but not many places grow it intensively on a large area like in Nghe An.

Raw materials include corn, sorghum, sunflower, and grasses (collectively referred to as green raw materials) to supply 3 factories and animal feed production centers serving nearly 70,000 TH dairy cows. . These raw material fields are the starting point of the closed process with 12 strict steps to create clean fresh milk TH true Milk.

Phu Quy Plateau in Western Nghe An has for many years become a favorite destination of many travel enthusiasts.

TH’s works, such as watering systems, have also become favorite attractions of many tourists. With a length of nearly half a kilometer, the “giant arm” like a dragon at the foot of Mount Tien will water a million square meters at a time. TH currently has 15 irrigation systems like this.

Visiting the grassland at the right time of crop season (sowing, harvesting), visitors can also see the “performance” of agricultural machinery applying the world’s leading modern and highly automated technology: large capacity tractors, automatic seeders; Combined machines that both cut and grind grass are capable of harvesting 6-8 hectares/hour, hay production systems with giant grass wheels of up to 500kg/wheel.

In April or November every year when the weather is hot and dry, TH workers will bale hay. Square hay bales as big as half a house or as round as large wheels lie on the prairie next to hay baling machines humming…

In addition to grass, TH farm will grow sunflowers on New Year’s Day and Lunar New Year every one or two years, creating a beautiful yellow picture.

Recently, hundreds of thousands of hectares of hillsides planted with sunflowers or mombasa grass – an important link in TH true Milk’s green, circular production chain – have become an attractive destination for tourists. calendar, love nature. This place contributes another option for backpackers and travel enthusiasts, besides famous destinations of Western Nghe An such as the isolated forest, Puxailaileng peak, “Vietnam’s second Sa Pa” – Muong Long or Pu Mat National Park…

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