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Eleven animal farms have been certified as breeding ones. Thus, the breeders have the right to sell breeding resources and can obtain larger revenues than any other production farm. The ceremony to hand over the certificates was held at the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment on February 8, IPN reports.
In a press release, the Ministry said that a campaign to examine animal farms was carried out last autumn. The examination commissions suggested certifying 11 farms as breeding ones, namely a cow farm, a pig farm, six sheep farms, a rabbit farm, a fish farm and a bee farm.
“The beneficiaries of the anima breeding farms are supported through the Agriculture and Rural Development Fund. The cost of breeding animals is up to 50% covered and conditions are thus created for genetically improving the stock. The buyers can purchase breeding stock at prices that are almost identical to the prices for simple animals,” Secretary of State Alisa Pirlog stated in the ceremony.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment, the breeding certificate offers a series of advantages to the holders, including subsidies. At the same time, it makes them more responsible in the selection and breeding improvement process, which entails additional costs for sectioning specialists, animal registers and measuring equipment.
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