Good news from Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Bekir Pakdemirli
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Bekir Pakdemirli announced that they will pay 607 million lira to producers as of 18:00 today within the scope of raw milk support.
Minister Pakdemirli gave the good news that the Agricultural Crops Office (TMO) will start selling barley with a 3-month term to breeders and growers.
Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Bekir Pakdemirli, in his statement regarding the raw milk support payments for July-August 2020, said, “We recently announced to the public that we will pay 40 kurus for raw milk support for July, August and September. In this context, we will make a support payment of 607 million TL for 1 million 629 thousand tons of raw milk for the months of July and August, of which the processes of 246 thousand 649 producers have been completed in the first stage, starting from 18:00 today. Studies on raw milk produced in September are still ongoing, and after the completion of the procedures, we will also pay the support for this month ”.
TMO will sell 3-month maturity-free barley
Minister Pakdemirli gave the good news that the Agricultural Crops Office will start selling barley to breeders and growers on a term basis and said, “I recently announced that a study has been carried out on this. We are initiating the term barley sale to breeders and growers by TMO. In this context, we are starting 3-month maturity-free barley sales by our Turkish Grain Board in order to maintain stability in the feed markets and to reduce the production costs of our livestock and breeders. In November, 100 thousand tons of barley will be sold at 425 liras per ton. According to this, sales will be made to our breeders and breeders on the basis of 5 kilograms per bovine per day and 1 kilogram per sheep per day, ”he said.
Expressing that TMO has carried out barley shipment to most of the consumption centers with the stock planning made by TMO, Pakdemirli said that there is barley stock in all TMO workplaces, especially in the Eastern and Southeastern Anatolia regions.