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D Coghill & Sons

D Coghill & Sons is a recipient of farm subsidies in Halkirk, United Kingdom.

Since 1999 D Coghill & Sons has received €1,996,572 in payments from the European Union .

Details of payments

Year Scheme Total
2009 SPS (single payment scheme) €174,260
2009 Payments for specific types of farming and quality €9,095
2009 Rural development programmes €8,489
2009 Additional amounts of aid €180
2008 SPS (single payment scheme) €162,280
2008 Rural development programmes €9,437
2008 Payments for specific types of farming and quality €8,911
2008 Additional amounts of aid €161
2007 SPS (single payment scheme) €242,709
2007 Payments for specific types of farming and quality production €13,647
2007 Beef special premium €1,342
2007 Beef extensification premium €279
2007 Additional amounts of aid €190
2007 Beef slaughter premium — Adults €160
2007 Additional payments to beef producers €-114
2007 Suckler-cow premium €-599
2006 SPS (single payment scheme) €245,185
2006 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €17,310
2006 Payments for specific types of farming and quality production €14,108
2006 Suckler-cow premium €3,071
2006 Promoting the adaptation and the development of rural areas (2000 to 2006) €3,039
2006 Beef extensification premium €2,506
2006 Beef special premium €2,199
2006 Additional payments to beef producers €582
2006 Beef slaughter premium — Adults €414
2006 Additional amounts of aid €142
2005 Supplementary aid for durum wheat: non-traditional production zones €87,571
2005 Beef special premium €52,324
2005 Production aid for seeds €41,925
2005 Area Aid for producers of cereals, oilseeds, proteins, grass silage and set aside €32,804
2005 Additional suckler-cow premium €29,765
2005 Ewe and she-goat premiums €19,395
2005 Beef extensification premium €16,608
2005 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €10,784
2005 Fixed flat-rate ewe and she-goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €6,465
2005 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector €1,243
2004 Supplementary aid for durum wheat: non-traditional production zones €92,534
2004 Beef special premium €51,419
2004 Additional suckler-cow premium €35,928
2004 Production aid for seeds €33,769
2004 Aids for producers of cereals €26,625
2004 Beef extensification premium €17,642
2004 Ewe and she-goat premiums €17,286
2004 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €11,301
2004 Fixed flat-rate ewe and she-goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €5,762
2004 Set-aside €2,962
2004 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector €1,144
2003 SUCKLER COW PREMIUMS €67,396
2003 Extensification premiums €41,173
2003 Special premiums €33,277
2003 Aid for producers of cereals not subject to the base area for maize €27,005
2003 Ewe and goat premiums €19,174
2003 Slaughter premiums €16,550
2003 Less-favoured areas and areas subject to environmental constraints €12,884
2003 Supplementary payments €12,822
2003 Fixed flat-rate ewe and goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €6,391
2003 Set-aside related to per hectare aid €5,868
2003 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector marketing year 2002 €1,061
2003 Agri-monetary aids €14
2002 SUCKLER COW PREMIUMS €76,660
2002 Extensification premiums €45,473
2002 Special premiums €43,026
2002 Aid for producers of cereals not subject to the base area for maize €22,155
2002 Slaughter premiums €12,276
2002 Less-favoured areas and areas subject to environmental constraints €11,458
2002 Supplementary payments €10,833
2002 Agri-monetary aids €7,974
2002 Ewe and goat premiums €5,634
2002 Set-aside related to per hectare aid €2,462
2002 Fixed flat-rate ewe and goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €763
Total: €1,996,572

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