Loading...
Search term(s)
Organic Farming
Type
Restricted
AGRICULTURE
Language
English
Terms appearing
anywhere in the page
Sort by
date
Filter by
Market sectors

106 Result(s) | Showing 1 – 10 for Organic FarmingRSS Feed
  • pdf
    Slide 1

    EU Cereals balance sheets 2013/2014 and forecasts 2014/15 AGRI C 4 Committee for the Common Organisation of Agricultural Markets 28 August 2014 2 EU-28 Cereals balance sheet:Marketing year: 2013/2014 Common (Mio t) wheat Barley Durum Maize Rye Sorghum Oats Triticale Others EUR 28 Beginning stocks (01.07.2013) 8,6 4,2 0,2 12,9 0,5 0,0 0,6 0,6 0,3 27,8 Usable production 135,0 59,4 7,8 65,4 10,0 0,6 8,
    27 Aug 2014
  • pdf
    mmo-board-2014-07-24_en

    o The 2nd meeting of the Milk Market Observatory economic board took place on 24 July 2014, gathering market experts of the organisations representing the various steps in the milk supply chain: CEJA (young farmers), COPA-COGECA (producers and cooperatives), ECVC (Via Campesina), EMB (European Milk Board), EDA (dairy industry), Eucolait (dairy trade) and Eurocommerce (retail). o The meeting was opened
    29 Jul 2014
  • web
    The "Milk Package" - Agriculture and rural development

    are exempted from this contract obligation if the statutes or rules of the cooperative contain provisions that have similar effects as the prescribed contract.   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
    16 Jun 2014
  • pdf
    untitled

    Greece September 2013 5/20 0,5/5 Germany November 2013 5 143 Poland November 2013 20 2 Romania 1st quarter 2014 5 0.035 Slovenia March 2014 20 2.000 Luxemburg March 2014 10 * Cumulative to the requirement for numbers of farmers, unless indicated Several Member States have differentiated requirements for e.g. organic farmers, ewe's or goat's milk producers and POs in a specific geographical area.
    13 Jun 2014
  • pdf
    untitled

    OJ L 78, 20.03.2013, p. 23 11 The Milk Package provisions have been transposed into national legislation. 12 Member States have provided for compulsory contracts between farmers and processors. In two other Member States codes of good practice inspired by the Milk Package have been agreed between farmers and processors organisations. Almost all Member States have adopted national criteria for the recognition
    13 Jun 2014
  • pdf
    CMO – Milk and Milk Products

    May 2013 April 2013 ? Number of farmers ? Marketable Production x 1 000t (cumulative unless indicated) ? National legislation (date; planned or adopted) LT: 20 farmers and at least 200 cows NL: organic cow milk and goat: 20 farmers and 9 000 tonnes PT: for sheep & goat production 1 000t 10 Minimum criteria APOs DE LV LT HU AT RO 3 5 3 - 3 5 - 0.625 - 100 - 0,035 Nov 2013 Jan 2013 Oct 2012 Jun 2013 Oct
    12 Jun 2014
  • pdf
    mmo-board-2014-05-27_en

    Milk Market Observatory REP.News 27 May 2014 o The first meeting of the Milk Market Observatory economic board took place on 27 May April 2014. It gathered market experts of the organisations representing all steps in the milk supply chain: CEJA (young farmers), COPA COGECA (producers and cooperatives), ECVC (Via Campesina), EMB (European Milk Board), EDA (dairy industry), Eucolait (dairy trade) and
    05 Jun 2014
  • web
    Hops - Agriculture and rural development

    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.
    04 Jun 2014
  • pdf
    mmo-kick-off_en

    Milk Market Observatory REP.News 16 April 2014 o The kick-off meeting of the Milk Market Observatory (MMO) took place on 16 April 2014. It gathered representatives of the organisations representing all 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
    30 Apr 2014
  • web
    Fruit and vegetable regime - Agriculture and rural development

    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 2014