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    Standing Committees - European Commission

    05 Dec 2015 -
    Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed The Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed was set up by The Committee's mandate covers the entire food supply chain - from animal health issues on the farm to the product on the consumer's table - helping the EU deal effectively with health risks at every stage of the production chain. Sections of the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food
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    Report 2011 MON 810 - European Commission

    05 Sep 2015 -
    en Food Safety Monitoring report 2011 of MON810 maize cultivation Monsanto has submitted to the Commission its 2011 monitoring report on MON810 maize cultivation. This report will be sent to EFSA for an analysis of the results. - - - YieldGard Technical Guide PT   - Farmer Questionnaire Annexes: - - (June 2011 - May 2012) - July 2012 - July 2012 - Quick Links Databases: Last update: 05/09/2015 |
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    hogan-ccae-conference-26-02-2015_en

    26 Feb 2015 -
    The recent CAP reform includes measures to increase producer bargaining power by enhancing producer organisation and cooperation through the food chain. More targeted measures exist for certain sectors (joint selling agreements through POs; contractual requirements for milk, etc) as well as a 'crisis derogation' in case of severe market imbalance. ? The CAP also contains measures which should help farmers
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    SANTE/10251/2015-EN

    25 Feb 2015 -
    competing interests and needs, balancing the long term need of keeping antimicrobials effective with the short term need of treating infections in humans and animals. For example the possible restriction of the use of new class of antimicrobials in order to keep efficacy and the access of individual patients to effective treatments, the interest of having a competitive European farming sector and the
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    mmo-economic-board-meeting-of-24022015_en

    25 Feb 2015 -
    o The 4th meeting of the Milk Market Observatory's Economic Board took place on 24 February 2015, with the participation of experts from the member organisations representing the various steps in the milk supply chain: CEJA (young farmers), COPACOGECA (producers and cooperatives), ECVC (Via Campesina), EMB (European Milk Board), EDA (dairy industry), Eucolait (dairy trade) and Eurocommerce (retail).
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    PowerPoint Presentation

    25 Feb 2015 -
    Around €3 billion will be transferred from pillar I to pillar II over 6 years (2014 – 2019) FR, LV, UK, BE, CZ, DK, DE, EE, EL, NL, RO HR, MT, PL, SK, HU In total, around € 161 billion of total public funding Food chain organisation, animal welfare, risk management Farm viability competitiveness, sustainable forest management Ecosystems in agriculture and forestry Resource efficiency, low carbon
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    hogan-nfu-conference-24-02-2015_en

    23 Feb 2015 -
    in crop and livestock management. We are entering the era of Big Data for Precision Farming, and I believe British farmers are well positioned to make the most of the coming changes. Likewise, biomass, bio-energy and the bio-based economy will develop further. ? The European Commission is currently also working to improve access to finance for farmers, particularly young farmers, as they start their
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    Brochures - European Commission

    23 Feb 2015 -
    the four seasons. An entertaining and educative journey to the world of organic farming Terms of use All content of this toolbox is the property of the European Commission, but may be used free of charge for the generation of promotional material concerning organic food and farming in the European Union. National, regional or other organic farming logos may be added to the material, but the contents
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    Food and Veterinary Office FVO - European Commission

    23 Feb 2015 -
    staff, often with the presence of a national expert from a Member State authority. Gathering information prior to the audit (by sending out an ) and the team arranges an Audit programme that will typically visit the control authority, a number of regional and local authorities, laboratories and a number of accompanied site visits (e.g. to farms, processors, feed units, slaughterhouses and retailers).
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    Table of content

    20 Feb 2015 -
    the new regime, Member States enjoy a large flexibility to best address local needs. Member States have the possibility to introduce limited coupled support to the sectors or regions where "specific types of farming or specific agricultural sectors that are particularly important for economic, social or environmental reasons undergo certain difficulties. Rice is among the crops for which Member States