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    sector 1.1.5. Aid for agri-environment-climate and animal welfare commitments 1.1.5.1. Aid for agri-environment-climate commitments 1.1.5.2. Aid for animal welfare commitments 1.1.6. Aid for disadvantages related to Natura 2000 areas and to the Water Framework Directive 1.1.7. Aid to areas facing natural or other specific constraints 1.1.8. Aid for organic farming 1.1.9.
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    costs necessary to obtain a level exceeding the Union standards in force and not leading to an increase in production capacity; investments aimed at the improvement of the sustainability of the agricultural holding, as referred to in point (143)(a) of the Guidelines, which are linked to agri-environmental-climate commitments and organic farming under Sections 1.1.5.1. and 1.1.8 of Part II of the Guidelines.
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    point only applies to the additional costs necessary to obtain a level exceeding the Union standards in force and not leading to an increase in production capacity; (f) investments aimed at the improvement of the sustainability of the agricultural holding, as referred to in point (143)(a) of the Guidelines, which are linked to agri-environmental-climate commitments and organic farming under Sections
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    If the aid rates referred to in question 8 are higher than those referred to in point (171) of the Guidelines, please clarify whether any of the following exceptions apply allowing for an increase by 20 percentage points for operations: (a) linked to a merger of producer organisations; (b) supported in the framework of the EIP. If one of these exceptions is applied, please provide the documentation
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    and which are therefore in effect single producers? yes no If the answer is yes, please note that aid to those organisations, entities or bodies is not covered by Section 1.1.4. of Chapter 1 of Part II of the Guidelines. 1.5. Is the aid granted to other agricultural associations, which undertake tasks, such as mutual support and farm relief and farm management services, in the members' holdings without
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    v.5 1.1.8. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION SHEET ON AID FOR ORGANIC FARMING This form must be used for the notification of any State aid measures in favour of organic farming as described in Section 1.1.8 of Chapter 1 of Part II of the European Union Guidelines for State aid in the agriculture and forestry sector and in rural areas 2014 to 2020 ('the Guidelines'). GENERAL CONDITIONS AND SCOPE 1.1 Is the aid
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    and environmental performance of the agricultural holding, including competitiveness aspects; (c) advice for the development of short supply chains, organic farming and health aspects of animal husbandry; (d) advice on other issues. Please describe the envisaged measures:
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    of agricultural products. . 6. Who is the aid paid to? Is it paid directly to the agricultural undertaking concerned, or to a producer group or organisation of which the agricultural undertaking is a member? . 7. If aid is paid to a producer group or organisation, how is it ensured that the amount of aid does not exceed the amount of aid to which that agricultural undertaking is eligible? . 8. Please
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    of the agricultural product and the means of production resulting from the occurrence of an adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster as referred to in point (354)(b) of the Guidelines; (b) compensation for material damage to farm buildings and farm equipment and machinery, stocks and means of production caused by an adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural
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    answer is no, please note that the aid cannot be declared compatible with the internal market. What kind of compensation is covered by the aid (multiple responses are possible)? (a) compensation for animals killed or plants destroyed; (b) compensation for indirect costs incurred; (c) compensation for material damage to farm equipment, machinery and farm buildings and stocks. Please, note that aid for