The Bryukhovetskaya District is located in the central part of the Krasnodar Region. It is included in the plain part of the Azov-Kuban Lowland and shares its borders with the following Municipal Formations: Timashovsk, Korenovsk, Vyselki, Kanevskaya, and Primorsko-Akhtarsk Districts. The territory of the Municipal Formation is 1,376 square km. The Municipal Formation includes 8 rural districts uniting 5 Cossack villages, 3 villages, and 25 farms. The distance from the city of Krasnodar is 100 km, and that one from the ports: the city of Novorossiysk is 220 km, the city of Yeysk is 150 km, and the city of Temryuk is 170 km.
The climate is moderate continental. The annual rainfall is within 550 millimeters. The average temperature of the heating period is 0.8 degrees, and its duration is 157 days. The average duration of the frost-free period is 190 days, the shortest is 151 days, and the longest is 231 days.
The snow cover is unstable and appears in the first decade of December, the snow cover height is 15 to 20 cm; it reaches up to 30-35 cm in some years. There are 50-55 days with snow cover. Snow melts in mid-March.
The duration of the growing season (days with temperatures above 5 degrees) is 237 days, which is a favorable climate property for growing late-ripening and heat-loving crops.
According to the amount of precipitation, the territory of the district belongs to the insufficiently moistened zone. The average annual rainfall is 548 mm. Most of the precipitation falls during the warm period (in April-October).
The territory of the district is exposed to winds of all directions, but the eastern and northeastern winds are predominant, which most often occur in the winter months and contribute to the establishment of frosty weather. In spring and summer, these same winds are in the nature of hot and dry winds.
The agricultural climatic conditions of the district are favorable for the growth of area-specific agricultural crops.
Climatic conditions do not cause construction restrictions and do not interfere with the economic development of the territory.
The relief of the district is uniform and is represented by a plain with an inclination to the northwest and a weakly dissected beam network and river valleys.
The plain nature of the district's relief has a positive effect on the development of agriculture, in particular crop production. Extensive flat areas contribute to mechanized tillage and simultaneous maturation of specific crops.
The high quality of land in the territory of the district determines the prospects for the development of the Bryukhovetskaya District as an area with a high level of production and processing of agricultural products.
The relief is favorable for industrial and civil construction.
The area is rich in clays and loams suitable for brick production.
The average annual resident population of the Municipal Formation Bryukhovetskaya District is 49.3 thousand people including 21.7 thousand people, or 44% of the population of the district, employed in the economy.
The basis of the district's economy is the agricultural complex, which accounts for about 73% of the total volume of shipped goods.
15 agricultural enterprises operate in the agrarian sector, of which 8 are large and medium-sized, 235 peasant farm enterprises, and about 17.8 thousand personal subsidiary plots. The industrial sector in the district is represented by 27 enterprises, as follows: 18 manufacturing facilities; 1 organization provides services for the electricity, gas, and steam supply; 8 organizations for water supply, sewerage, waste management, and elimination of pollution. The leading direction in the industrial sector is the production of food products (95%). There are 558 retail trade enterprises, 78 public catering enterprises, and 199 consumer services enterprises operating in the market of goods and services.
The sectoral structure of the economy of the Municipal Formation Bryukhovetskaya District is as follows: agriculture – 50.8%; the industrial sector – 22.3%; transportation – 0.5%; construction – 0.3%; retail trade – 26.1%.
The budget-forming enterprises are Yuzhnaya Korona LLC, Bryukhovetskiy Bakery Plant LLC, Niva Kubani JSC, Novyi Put Agricultural Production Cooperative, Urozhay 21 Vek LLC, Lebyazhye-Chepiginskoye LLC, NTK LLC, Association for Support of Farm Enterprises OJSC, Pobeda JSC of Agrocomplex Named After N.I. Tkachov, and Kuban-Agro Agricultural Manufacturing Company LLC.