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European Union Subsidy


In an earlier thread, I recall POSAL said that only the smallest farms would be relaying on single farm payment, and that others should be able to produce at a profit without it.

Notwithstanding Italy, which seems to have maintained better milkprice through the last year, do EU farmers agree that SFP is not required this year to support farm income?

I for one would suggest that, at a milkprice which dropped as low as 17ppl, SFP will be a vital cash supply for us this year. We have taken a hammering.

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Re: European Union Subsidy


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FiringOnAllFour wrote:

In an earlier thread, I recall POSAL said that only the smallest farms would be relaying on single farm payment, and that others should be able to produce at a profit without it.

Notwithstanding Italy, which seems to have maintained better milkprice through the last year, do EU farmers agree that SFP is not required this year to support farm income?

I for one would suggest that, at a milkprice which dropped as low as 17ppl, SFP will be a vital cash supply for us this year. We have taken a hammering.




I found the post:
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POSAL wrote:

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Rags2Riches4cows wrote:

Large scale dairy units dont need subsidies anyway if they are in anyway efficent




But to be fair if larges don't get [sign in to see URL] small should...



I dind't say SFP is not necessary, or not required, I just mentioned about giving same proportions to Small and Large Herds.

Does anyone knows that some European Union Subsidys have a max limit? Most of time EUS could be applied to no more than 100 cows. How can we even consider to compete with industry?

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