• Iryna Palamar protects agrarians from raiding and uncertified pesticides

    Iryna Palamar, the head of the Ukrainian Stock Breeders Association (the USBA) and a public figure, spoke at a meeting of the working group on improving the investment attractiveness of the agricultural sector, where she strongly expressed the need to immediately adopt a law on counteracting agrarian raids, as well as to prevent the importation of unsuitable pesticides into Ukraine, the principle of compartmentalization, the restoration of rail routes for the logistics of agricultural products and the construction of infrastructure to help peasants in the production of milk and meat.

  • Ukrainian milk is clean from radiation

    About a month ago the world media space stirred the news that the norms of radioactive contamination of the Ukrainian milk were exceeded by 5 times in some regions. Such information was published on June 8, 2018 by the British edition of The Independent (https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/milk-radioactive-cow-ukraine-healthy-dairy-safe-chernobyl-a8388576.html). In particular, the article was quickly spread by other media, in which it was said that the aforementioned results were obtained due to the research of the University of Exeter and the Ukrainian Institute of Agricultural Radiology, which allegedly took cow milk from private farms in the Rivne region for analysis.

  • Agrarians have already purchased 953 units of machinery and equipment under the state program

    Over the period of December 2017 and January-April 2018, under the budget program "Financial Support for Agricultural Producers" in the direction of "Partial Compensation for the Value of Agricultural Machinery and Equipment of Domestic Production", agrarians purchased 953 units of machinery and equipment for a total cost of 354.6 million UAH (including VAT). 674 agricultural producers in the amount of 70.7 million UAH received compensation from the state. The Ukrainian Stock Breeders Association received such information from the Ministry of Agrarian Policy as of June 12, 2018 №37-13-15/15296.

  • More than 3,000 peasants will soon receive subsidies for breeding young cattle

    More than 3 thousand people who have already applied for a grant to breed young cattle will get money very soon. Such financial support for the owners of subsidiary farms was the result of the fruitful work of the Ukrainian Stock Breeders Association, together with the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and the Government.

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