02 Jun 2015 -
Possibility to negotiate contract terms collectively via producer organizations Farmers can join together in producer organisations (PO) that can negotiate contracts terms collectively, including the price of raw milk. The volume of milk that a PO can negotiate is limited to 3.5% of the EU production and to 33% of the national production of the Member States involved. For Member States with a production
19 Mar 2009 -
in particular in the following measures in accordance with "Part 2": 2.1. Organic farming methods 2.2. Environmentally friendly farming of arable and grassland areas 2.3. Doing without yield-enhancing inputs on arable areas 2.4. Doing without yield-enhancing inputs on forage and grassland areas 2.6. Environmentally friendly farming of medicinal and spice plants, alternatives and seed multiplication
06 Jan 2009 -
1 O. J. L 277, 21.10.2005, p. 1 2 O0. J. L 270, 21.10.2003, p. 1 4 action “Valorisation of production methods” of the PRODER or “Organic Farming Intervention” of the PRORURAL or “Organic Farming” of PRODERAM, these commitments are relevant as environmental action for the purposes of subparagraph (a). Therefore, since the objectives of the actions concerning organic farming or integrated
02 Dec 2008 -
a) Applying organic farming methods complying with the rules of fertilisation and pest management requirements as laid down in Regulation (EEC) No 2092/91 and, from 1st January 2009 on, in Regulation (EC) No 834/2007. b) maintaining records related to organic farming. Eligible expenditure: - Commitments applied with the special programmes related to organic farming in the New Hungary Rural Development
08 Apr 2009 -
over 1,270 organic operators in all sectors in Ireland with just under 40,000 hectares of land under organic production methods, less than 1% of our agricultural land area. The Programme for Government set a target of increasing the amount of utilisable agricultural land area under organic production to 5% by 2012. An Organic Farming Action Plan was launched recently to assist in achieving this target.
22 Apr 2015 -
support for implementing operational programmes , based on a national strategy. In certain EU regions, for a transitional period, producer groups (PGs) formed on the initiative of growers can get financial aid to help them attain recognition as producer organisations. Recognition of interbranch organisations (IBO) is favoured where they proof to be sufficiently representative of the various occupational
22 Apr 2015 -
legal provisions covering the hops sector: certification, producer groups and imports. N.B. As of 1 January 2005, Community support for production, which had been set at €480/ha, was incorporated into the system of direct payments to farmers. Production and sale Some 2 600 farms in the European Union grow hops, covering 26500 ha - 60% of the total surface area used for hop-growing worldwide.
05 Mar 2009 -
sector. Next we briefly discuss major category of risks affecting this sector. We then consider risk management practices by established and well organized farmer cooperatives and look to see how such cooperatives manage episodes of market crisis.
13 Feb 2009 -
Land Managers‟ Options and Rural Development Contracts Rural Priorities under Axis 2 of the Scotland RDP. In Wales: Membership of the Tir Cynnal, Tir Gofal or Organic Farming and Maintenance Schemes under Axis 2 of the RDP Wales. In Northern Ireland: Membership of the Northern Ireland Countryside Management Scheme or the Organic Farming Scheme in Measure 2.2 of the Northern Ireland Rural Development
13 Feb 2009 -
open to new applicants; and Rural Development Contracts Land Managers‟ Options and Rural Development Contracts Rural Priorities under Axis 2 of the Scotland RDP. In Wales: Membership of the Tir Cynnal, Tir Gofal or Organic Farming and Maintenance Schemes under Axis 2 of the RDP Wales. In Northern Ireland: Membership of the Northern Ireland Countryside Management Scheme or the Organic Farming Scheme