Economy Minister Sergio Massaand the Secretary of Agriculture, Juan José Bahiloannounced this Thursday the start-up of the Avian Plan, a program that aims to assist poultry producers affected by avian influenza. In addition, there was an announcement for the milk producing sector.
He Avian Plan count with one $7.5 billion fund intended to attend commercial poultry producers and backyard that animals had to be euthanized due to bird flu.
The amount of assistance per producer will be determined from the economic valuation of the categories of domestic birds and products (eggs) carried out by INTA and of the quantities of birds slaughtered and products destroyed
Likewise, access to the programs will be simple and easy because the data on which the benefit is calculated is found in the Senasa computer system and arises from the digital slaughter certificates (SIGACTAS).
For their part, producers whose animals were slaughtered prior to the entry into force of these programs within the framework of the sanitary measures provided by Senasa, will have 30 days to request admission to them. In all other cases, the affected producers may make the request from the 6th day of conforming the slaughter certificate and up to 30 days after it.
Announcement for dairy farmers
In a act carried out in the Buenos Aires district of Navarrothe minister also announced a increase in the price of milk paid to the producer under the Tambero Impulse programwith an increase in the volume of investment “in seven out of ten dairy farms in Argentina”.
The implementation of said fifth installment of the program Dairy Impulsehas a fund of $2,756 million will alleviate the situation of the dairy farmers before the drought and the macroeconomic conditions that impacted on the cost of production. In addition, he indicated that the measure implies an increase of “almost $10,000 million in investment.”
In this way, the values are updated to $20 for producers of up to 1,500 liters, and $15 for producers between 1,501 liters and 5,000 liters inclusive.
In addition, the maximum limit per producer or producer will be increased to $800,000 in an extraordinary way for this fee.
The mayors of San Fernando, Juan Andreotti; Chascomus, Javier Gaston; Saint Andrew of Giles, Miguel Gesualdi; Villarino, Carlos Bevilacqua; General Pinto, Fredy Zavatarelli; Torquinst, Sergio Bordon; General Las Heras, Javier Osuna; Bolivar, Marcos Pisano; General Alvarado, Sebastian Ianantuony; and Las Flores, Alberto Gelene.