The Agriculture Minister Expressed Support For Lydia’S Contribution

2021-02-20   |   by CusiGO

Luis Planas, Minister of agriculture, fisheries and food, expressed support for the Lidia indigenous species because it helps to manage and shape the environment in which it lives (mainly the two plateaus and pastures of esteemadura and Andalusia), Job creation and its contribution to environmental protection.

Yesterday, Friday, the Department held a meeting with the chairman of the bullring Federation (uctl), Antonio BA nianuelos, and vice chairman, Juan Pedro Domecq mor é ns, to discuss various issues of interest to Bravo’s livestock industry.

In addition to the assistance provided as a broad beef and veal farming industry in the future common agricultural policy (CAP) currently under negotiation, the sector is supported by national level purebred growers associations, which are officially recognized Every breed in Spain has a prominent map.

According to the communique, there is also a 100% indigenous varieties identification program promoted by the Ministry, which indicates on its labels the products of indigenous varieties and the places where they can be sold or consumed.

Uctl also reported that its chairman had submitted to the minister a European declaration that “a green cap cannot veto a more sustainable animal husbandry” with “the support of rural entities in Spain, France and Portugal”.

The matador breeders Union has called on the Spanish government to lift its commitment to protect the interests of European Bravo ranchers.

The meeting was held during the discussion of two proposals in the European Parliament concerning the exclusion of eagf and EAFRD assistance and assistance related to farmers and ranchers whose activities include raising bulls for “cultural performances”.

In his view, “these two articles violate the basic principles of treaties and community law in which the European Union operates, because it means discriminating against an indigenous people only on the basis of their destination of production and setting a precedent for other production.”.

Uctl said the implementation of the recommendations would have an economic and environmental impact of “more than 200 million euros and would endanger tens of thousands of jobs in the poorest areas of rural areas.”.

According to the agency, the meeting also discussed the “problem” of protecting wolves for a wide range of animal husbandry, as well as the allocation of the next generation European reconstruction fund.