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J M Whiteford & Co

J M Whiteford & Co is a recipient of farm subsidies in Nigg, United Kingdom.

Since 1999 J M Whiteford & Co has received €1,380,332 in payments from the European Union .

Details of payments

Year Scheme Total
2009 SPS (single payment scheme) €121,085
2009 Payments for specific types of farming and quality €6,367
2009 Rural development programmes €3,993
2009 Additional amounts of aid €180
2008 SPS (single payment scheme) €110,441
2008 Payments for specific types of farming and quality €6,031
2008 Rural development programmes €5,191
2008 Additional amounts of aid €161
2007 SPS (single payment scheme) €169,064
2007 Payments for specific types of farming and quality production €11,088
2007 Additional amounts of aid €190
2006 SPS (single payment scheme) €168,422
2006 Payments for specific types of farming and quality production €9,312
2006 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €8,856
2006 Promoting the adaptation and the development of rural areas (2000 to 2006) €2,738
2006 Additional amounts of aid €142
2005 Area Aid for producers of cereals, oilseeds, proteins, grass silage and set aside €73,652
2005 Supplementary aid for durum wheat: non-traditional production zones €42,318
2005 Beef special premium €26,629
2005 Production aid for seeds €18,037
2005 Ewe and she-goat premiums €17,671
2005 Beef extensification premium €8,025
2005 Fixed flat-rate ewe and she-goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €5,890
2005 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €5,620
2005 Additional suckler-cow premium €1,962
2005 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector €1,133
2004 Aids for producers of cereals €70,479
2004 Supplementary aid for durum wheat: non-traditional production zones €39,190
2004 Beef special premium €22,110
2004 Ewe and she-goat premiums €16,293
2004 Production aid for seeds €12,063
2004 Set-aside €9,032
2004 Beef extensification premium €7,470
2004 Aids for producers of soya beans, rape seed and sunflower seed €6,236
2004 Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006) €5,716
2004 Fixed flat-rate ewe and she-goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €5,431
2004 Additional suckler-cow premium €1,362
2004 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector €1,079
2003 Aid for producers of cereals not subject to the base area for maize €68,565
2003 SUCKLER COW PREMIUMS €37,078
2003 Extensification premiums €21,577
2003 Ewe and goat premiums €15,415
2003 Special premiums €12,649
2003 Set-aside related to per hectare aid €7,855
2003 Supplementary payments €7,080
2003 Less-favoured areas and areas subject to environmental constraints €5,735
2003 Fixed flat-rate ewe and goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €5,138
2003 Slaughter premiums €3,652
2003 Additional payments in the sheep and goat sector marketing year 2002 €853
2002 Aid for producers of cereals not subject to the base area for maize €68,941
2002 SUCKLER COW PREMIUMS €36,836
2002 Extensification premiums €20,002
2002 Special premiums €13,690
2002 Set-aside related to per hectare aid €9,019
2002 Less-favoured areas and areas subject to environmental constraints €5,747
2002 Agri-monetary aids €5,603
2002 Supplementary payments €5,205
2002 Slaughter premiums €4,299
2002 Ewe and goat premiums €4,170
2002 Fixed flat-rate ewe and goat premium in less-favoured and mountain areas €565
Total: €1,380,332

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