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EU abolishes milk quota system

EU abolishes milk quota system

01.04.2015

The European Union's milk quotas have been scrapped as of March 31, 2015, after more than three decades of efforts to prevent overproduction, reports BBC/LETA.

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In June 2013, there were 171.8 thousand farms producing agricultural products in Lithuania

In June 2013, there were 171.8 thousand farms producing agricultural products in Lithuania

01.04.2015

Statistics Lithuania informs that an annual publication Results of the Farm Structure Survey 2013 in Lithuania has been released.

Lithuanian PM: EU will not extend milk quotas

Lithuanian PM: EU will not extend milk quotas

01.04.2015

Prime Minister of Lithuania Algirdas Butkevicius says it is unrealistic to expect that European milk quota regime would be extended, but Lithuanian farmers can expect greater direct payments in the future, reports LETA/ELTA.


EU Commission opens infringement procedures against Lithuania on investor restrictions for agricultural land

EU Commission opens infringement procedures against Lithuania on investor restrictions for agricultural land

27.03.2015

The European Commission (EC) has today decided formally to request Bulgaria, Hungary, Lithuania, and Slovakia to submit their observations on their laws regulating the acquisition of agricultural land, the institution said in a press release yesterday, cites LETA/ELTA.

91.91% milk quota exhausted in Latvia

91.91% milk quota exhausted in Latvia

25.03.2015

Ahead of the abolition of the EU milk quota system on April 1, 2015, Latvia has exhausted 91.91% of its milk quota, the Agriculture Ministry informed LETA.

23.03.2015

Livestock production in Latvia witnessed growth in 2014

Preliminary data of the Central Statistical Bureau show that compared to 2013 livestock production increased in all main sectors, in particular in production of beef and poultry meat, as well as in milk production.

17.03.2015

Estonian milk producers face around 3 mln euro quota fine

It will become clear in April 2015 how much Estonian milk producers will exceed the European Union milk quotas; Minister of Agriculture Ivari Padar estimates that Estonian milk producers can face a quota exceeding fine of approximately 3 million euros, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

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