RESEARCH ON THE LEVEL OF INVESTMENTS, MADE IN THE LIVESTOCK SECTOR, IN REGION OF OLTENIA, BY THE, NATIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2007-2013

Authors

  • Marius Vladu University of Craiova Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture
  • V. Bacila University of Agricultural Sciences And Veterinary Medicine Bucharest, Faculty of Biotehnology
  • P. Savescu University of Craiova Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture

Abstract

PNDR (the National Rural Development Programme) is a programme of measures prepared by MADR – the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development – together with the European Community, measures meant to support the agriculture development in Romania. These measures, presented in PNDR, aim to develop and streamline agriculture, and in particular to pass from an unprofitable agriculture to a modern agriculture. PNDR is a tool aimed to attract European funds, funds that will be used to revive agriculture. The measures within PNDR target all the fields of activity in the rural area, except for purchasing animals and fields. The 121 Measure ,,The agricultural exploitation refurbishment" comes under Axis I - ,,Increasing the competitiveness of the agricultural and forestry sector" whose general objective is the increase of the competitiveness of the agricultural sector through a better use of the human resources and of the production factors as well as meeting the national and community standards. In Oltenia region, the number of projects selected by species within 121 Measure during the 6 years carried out during the period 2007-2013 was 22 for swine breeding, 18 for poultry breeding, 17 for bulls breeding, 4 in the ovin sector and caprine breeding and only one for bee-breeding.

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Published

2014-11-30