Turkey has amended regulatory livestock incentives for 2016,
increasing the amount available for calves and removing incentives
previously available for carnivorous species. Ongoing incentive
applications which were made before 1 January 2016 will be
considered according to a prior Communique (No: 2015/17), which has
now been abrogated.
The Ministry Of Food, Agriculture And Livestock published the
Communique on Application Principles of Livestock Incentives (No:
2016/26) in Official Gazette number 29752 on 24 June 2016.
The incentive scheme generally aims to encourage Turkey's
agriculture and livestock policies by:
Developing the livestock sector.
Improving healthy breeding and maintaining sustainability.
Protecting and improving local breeds' genetic
Improving accuracy and actuality of recording systems for the
Improving the efficiency of livestock policies.
Supporting local breeders against animal diseases.
The Communique enters into effect from 1 January 2016. Please
see this link for the full text of the
Communiqué (only available in Turkish).
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