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Balnagown Castle Prop Ltd

Balnagown Castle Prop Ltd is a recipient of farm subsidies in Kildary, United Kingdom.

Since 1999 Balnagown Castle Prop Ltd has received €1,068,113 in payments from the European Union .

Details of payments

Year Scheme Total
2009 SPS (single payment scheme) €89,580
2009 Payments for specific types of farming and quality €10,377
2009 Rural development programmes €9,363
2009 Additional amounts of aid €180
2008 SPS (single payment scheme) €79,741
2008 Rural development programmes €11,982
2008 Additional amounts of aid €161
2007 SPS (single payment scheme) €120,377
2007 Payments for specific types of farming and quality production €6,994
2007 Additional amounts of aid €190
2006 SPS (single payment scheme) €114,395
2006 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €13,776
2006 Payments for specific types of farming and quality production €6,208
2006 Promoting the adaptation and the development of rural areas (2000 to 2006) €3,498
2006 Forestry — Former system (2000 to 2006) €2,640
2006 Beef special premium €170
2006 Additional amounts of aid €142
2006 Beef extensification premium €91
2005 Area Aid for producers of cereals, oilseeds, proteins, grass silage and set aside €70,330
2005 Ewe and she-goat premiums €25,817
2005 Supplementary aid for durum wheat: non-traditional production zones €10,734
2005 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €8,739
2005 Fixed flat-rate ewe and she-goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €8,606
2005 Beef special premium €8,439
2005 Production aid for seeds €7,773
2005 Forestry — New system (2000 to 2006) €5,772
2005 Forestry — Former system (2000 to 2006) €5,265
2005 Additional suckler-cow premium €5,172
2005 Beef extensification premium €2,036
2005 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector €1,655
2004 Aids for producers of cereals €78,779
2004 Ewe and she-goat premiums €23,803
2004 Supplementary aid for durum wheat: non-traditional production zones €17,447
2004 Beef special premium €11,361
2004 Set-aside €8,960
2004 Production aid for seeds €8,217
2004 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €8,063
2004 Fixed flat-rate ewe and she-goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €7,934
2004 Additional suckler-cow premium €3,330
2004 Beef extensification premium €3,326
2004 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector €1,576
2003 Aid for producers of cereals not subject to the base area for maize €58,117
2003 Ewe and goat premiums €22,521
2003 SUCKLER COW PREMIUMS €18,852
2003 Extensification premiums €13,370
2003 Special premiums €10,930
2003 Set-aside related to per hectare aid €7,517
2003 Fixed flat-rate ewe and goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €7,507
2003 Less-favoured areas and areas subject to environmental constraints €7,329
2003 Supplementary payments €3,600
2003 Slaughter premiums €2,650
2003 Afforestation (old system) €2,601
2003 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector marketing year 2002 €1,246
2003 Afforestation (new system Art.31) €1,139
2002 Aid for producers of cereals not subject to the base area for maize €54,931
2002 Set-aside related to per hectare aid €12,537
2002 SUCKLER COW PREMIUMS €12,362
2002 Extensification premiums €6,611
2002 Ewe and goat premiums €6,092
2002 Less-favoured areas and areas subject to environmental constraints €5,000
2002 Special premiums €4,386
2002 Agri-monetary aids €2,157
2002 Supplementary payments €1,747
2002 Slaughter premiums €1,088
2002 Fixed flat-rate ewe and goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €825
Total: €1,068,113

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Balnagown Estates is owned by Mohamed Al-Fayed, who sold the Harrods department store for £1.5 billion in 2010.

Balnagown's website describes it as the ancestral home of the Clan Ross and “an amalgamation of three ancient estates” stretching over “an area of some of the most untouched natural beauty in Europe.”

As a consequence, the website claims, “we have some of the finest shooting, fishing and stalking in the British Isles. We also provide for a wide range of further activities; from sedate, secluded walks and bicycle rides to more exertive pursuits such as archery, and all set against a background of true natural splendour.”

In addition, “the 65,000 acre estate of Balnagown and its traditional holiday cottages [are] available for those seeking a picturesque highland retreat.”

Al Fayed spent £20 million restoring Balnagown and says it was “worth every penny.”

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