UFU Watch: Commodity Watch: CAP Debate over Milk Intensifies

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UFU Watch: Commodity Watch: CAP Debate over Milk Intensifies


NOW that the series of UFU "CAP Reform Explained" road shows have been completed and the general level of awareness amongst the farming community of what is involved in CAP Reform has hopefully been enhanced, the business of reaching a consensus on the best way forward is continuing.

With DARD consultation on implementation of the CAP Reform package in Northern Ireland due to end on December 5, UFU Milk representatives have been intensifying their efforts in the past couple of weeks to try and tease out the options that best serve the dairy sector going forward into the future.

Whilst many aspects of the reform package are inevitable and leave no room for manoeuvre (such as the compulsory application of EU-wide modulation, the implementation of intervention price cuts and the introduction of an EU budgetary control - degressivity), there are still many areas of discretion on implementation of the package which are up for debate.

The UFU's Central and Group Milk Committees met this week to debate these areas of regional and national discretion.

The cattle and sheep and hill farming central and group sub-committees also met.

The principles that have yet to be resolved are by no means simple or straightforward and many considerations have to be taken into account before decisions can be taken. In the dairy sector the questions that come to the fore are:

Do we decouple fully in 2005?

Should dairy compensation be included in the decoupled single farm payment from the outset? …

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