Commission working on proposal to ‘incentivise technology in control systems’

The European Commission is working on a proposal to “incentivise technology in [member states’] control systems” as part of its drive to simplify the CAP, EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan revealed at the Farm Council in Brussels today (July 17).

The bloc’s Farm Commissioner made the announcement at the meeting of EU agriculture minister while presenting member states with an overview of the work carried out thus far under its

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