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National Paying Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Lithuania

FAQ

Support for small farms

QUESTION: Do we understand it right that the rules of the implementation of the measure “Economic and business development”, area of activity “Support for small farms” (2020) do not require submitting commercial offers?
 
ANSWER: The rules of the implementation of the measure “Economic and business development”, area of activity “Support for small farms” no longer require submitting three commercial offers to justify the investment value along with an application for support.
 
 
QUESTION: Can used tractors and used equipment be purchased?
 
ANSWER: Since the rules of implementation do not govern the eligibility of investments, any investments related to supported activities and necessary for the implementation of the business plan and conducting the planned activities can be purchased, including used tractors and used equipment.
 
 
QUESTION: What is the planned business plan control period for small farms, which will apply for support in 2020?
 
ANSWER: No control period has been planned for projects submitted under the measure “Support for small farms” in 2020.
 
 
QUESTION: Does property have to be insured under the measure “Support for small farms”?
 
ANSWER: Please be informed that the rules of the implementation of the measure “Economic and Business Development”, area of activity “Support for small farms” of the Lithuanian Rural Development Programme 2014–2020 no longer have the requirement to insure property purchased from support funds.
 
 
QUESTION: We applied for support under the measure “Economic and Business Development”, area of activity “Support for small farms” of the Lithuanian Rural Development Programme 2014–2020 and were informed that a decision was taken to grant support. How much time do we have to start implementing the business plan?
 
ANSWER: Beneficiaries shall start implementing the business plan within 9 months from the decision date.
 
 
 
Last updated: 2020-07-30 11:08