Aid for livestock farmers
Royal Decree 948/2021, of November 2, establishing the regulatory bases for the granting of State aid for the implementation of investment projects within the Plan to boost the sustainability and competitiveness of agriculture and livestock farming (III) within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan.
The mobilization of such a significant volume of resources opens up an extraordinary opportunity for our economy in general, and for the agricultural and livestock sector in particular, which will allow not only the overcoming of the crisis and the recovery of employment, but will also facilitate the modernization of the primary sector, so that this recovery will be green, digital, inclusive and social.
It will also improve the sustainability, competitiveness and resilience of the agri-food and fisheries sectors from an economic, environmental and social point of view. To achieve this objective, investments and reforms under this component focus on the following elements:
Autor de la pregunta: MarioRespuesta: Pregunta:Buenas tardes,Soy propietario de unas tierras en la Comunidad Valenciana, que en estos momentos estan “oKupadas” por un colecctivo okupa que está formando una ecoaldea en mis propiedades, cultivando mis campos sobre todo. I have filed a complaint, however, I would like to know if they are charging the PAC for the use of my land.
To find out if your land is being declared in any application for aid pac, you can check, either through the land registry page, or by contacting the competent body of your autonomous community and you can even request the exclusion of the same from the CAP aid.
Ministry of Agriculture
Information on the subsidies announced by the Department of Agriculture, Livestock and Environment aimed at promoting the incorporation of young people into the agricultural sector and the modernization of farms, as well as other aid to young people in rural areas.
In order to increase competitiveness in the sector, two complementary measures are mainly promoted in the Rural Development Program of Aragon 2014-2020 (extended until 2022): the modernization of farms and the incorporation of young people into agriculture with the long-term aim of guaranteeing the generational replacement of the agricultural sector and structuring the territory.
This call presented some novelties, such as the increase of the basic aid up to 35%, the flexibility of the investments in agricultural warehouses, the extension to fruit and olive tree plantations. Investments in new technologies, digitalization and management software in the so-called agriculture 4.0 were also increased.
Fega consultation rights 2021
To increase agricultural productivity by promoting technical progress, ensuring the rational development of agricultural production and the optimal use of the factors of production, in particular labor.
After the entry into force of the 1957 Treaty of Rome, the agricultural policies of the Member States of the European Community were replaced by intervention mechanisms at Community level. The foundations of the CAP have not changed since then, although the rules governing the decision-making process have. The 2009 Lisbon Treaty has recognized co-decision as the “ordinary legislative procedure” of the CAP, replacing the consultation procedure. The CAP has undergone five major reforms.
The CAP has undergone five major reforms, the most recent of which date back to 2003 (mid-term review), 2009 (the CAP “Health Check”) and 2013 (for the 2014-2020 funding period). The first discussions on the post-2020 CAP started in 2016. The first discussions on the post-2020 CAP started in 2016. The CAP has been undergoing five major reforms since then.
Once the objective of bringing agricultural and livestock self-sufficiency to the Community bloc had been achieved, due to the significant increase in farms and their productivity, the problem of overproduction arose. Surpluses of the main agricultural products were generated, causing the accumulation of stocks, which had to be exported (with the help of subsidies) in the best of cases, donated to developing countries and at other times stored or destroyed within the EU.
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