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The development of farming in Kamchatka provided 64 million rubles in 2014 year
The development of peasant (farmer) farms in Kamchatka allocated about 64 million rubles in 2014, the administration's press service informs.
Governor Vladimir Ilyukhin signed a decree on the allocation of grants for the development of family livestock farms, the creation and development of peasant farms and for household improvement. The maximum grant size per a novice farmer can be up to 1,5 million rubles. Another 250 thousand rubles, he will be able to receive as a one-time assistance for the domestic development. The grant for the development of a family livestock farm can amount to 21,6 million rubles.
Grants will be provided at the expense of the regional and federal budgets within the framework of the state program of the Kamchatka Territory "Development of agriculture and regulation of the markets of agricultural products, raw materials and food in the Kamchatka Territory for 2014-2018."
This measure should be a significant support for farms in the region, providing 73,7 percent of gross agricultural output. In 2013, in Kamchatka krai, 263 peasant (farmer) farms and about 6,6 of thousands of households with private households were registered.