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Castilla-La Mancha offers 6 million euros to sheep and goat farmers in animal welfare

The Minister of Agriculture, Water and Rural Development of Castilla – La Mancha, Francisco Martínez Arroyo, has presented a series of grants for farmers and ranchers that extend those previously granted. Martínez Arroyo stressed that the lines of organic, grazing, beekeeping or indigenous breeds, as well as those of animal welfare and mountain areas, “are important aid because they are intended for those who most need the role of public administration” and is done, “Guaranteeing continuity and giving certainty, and with the consensus of all agrarian organizations and cooperatives”.

The 2020 call for aid for farmers and ranchers in mountain areas will have a budget of 6.5 million is about promoting a continued use of agricultural land, and thus help preserve biodiversity and landscapes, and 3,000 farmers and ranchers will benefit from it.