Once crop or livestock farmers have verified that they satisfy all the requirements specified for the CAP, they may apply for the subsidies. In 2019, the deadline for submitting these applications begins on February 1 and ends on April 30.
The procedure is fast and simple, since even if several subsidies are requested, you just have to file a single application with the relevant agency in the region where the holding, or most of it, is located (for cattle farmers who do not have land, it will be the region where the majority of the animals are located). When submitting the application, it is essential that it be filled out correctly and before the deadline, in addition to including the aforementioned certificates. Otherwise, the applicant could incur penalties or lose the subsidy. New this year is a method being used in certain regions to track the land area declared by farmers, which relies on satellite mapping in order to analyze the eligibility of plots; this method is expected to speed up the process considerably, as it will be used as a means to decide whether the applicant is eligible to receive the subsidy.
Today, applying for CAP subsidies is easier and faster than ever. Simply gather the necessary documents and file them within the specified deadline in order to be eligible for these agriculture-specific subsidies.
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