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Farmers of Yakutia discussed the organization of agricultural production
In the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Policy of the Republic of Sakha, an expanded council of the Association of Peasant (Farm) Farms was held, the press service of the regional administration reported.
The council was attended by the Minister Alexander Artemiev, the president of the association Valery Efremov, members of the association, the Union of Young Farmers of the Republic.
The meeting discussed the results of the implementation in the republic from 2012-2014 of two federal programs to support beginners and the construction of family livestock farms on the basis of peasant (private) farms. The agrarian activists of the republic noted the effectiveness of the programs, participation in these projects brought active revival and movement to the development of farming. In general, over three years, 369 applications were received for a grant to support beginner farmers, 151 farmers received, 86 applications were received for the construction of family livestock farms, and 47 farms received. Subsequently, the ministry and the association will work to widely disseminate the experience of grant recipients of federal programs.
In the course of the meeting, the farmers of the republic voiced the vital problems, visions on the organization of agricultural production to the minister. Also, farmers of the republic expressed their proposals on the draft law on the development of agriculture. Minister Alexander Artemiev urged farmers to make timely proposals on the law, farmers also asked questions about participation in various agrarian projects, the distribution of agricultural land, the rules for granting subsidies, organizing seasonal work.
Following the results of the extended council of the farmers association, a resolution will be adopted, the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Policy of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) informs.