Stackpole Farms Ltd is a recipient of farm subsidies in Cawdor, United Kingdom.
Since 1999 Stackpole Farms Ltd has received €2,272,586 in payments from the European Union .
|2009||SPS (single payment scheme)||€218,150|
|2009||Rural development programmes||€1,560|
|2009||Additional amounts of aid||€180|
|2008||SPS (single payment scheme)||€198,977|
|2008||Rural development programmes||€5,108|
|2008||Aid for energy crops||€2,040|
|2008||Protein crop premium||€1,666|
|2008||Additional amounts of aid||€161|
|2007||SPS (single payment scheme)||€304,596|
|2007||Aid for energy crops||€3,417|
|2007||Protein crop premium||€3,279|
|2007||Rural development programmes||€210|
|2007||Additional amounts of aid||€190|
|2006||SPS (single payment scheme)||€307,868|
|2006||Forestry — Former system (2000 to 2006)||€7,492|
|2006||Less-favoured areas (2000 to 2006)||€1,595|
|2006||Additional amounts of aid||€142|
|2005||Area Aid for producers of cereals, oilseeds, proteins, grass silage and set aside||€315,785|
|2005||Forestry — Former system (2000 to 2006)||€7,469|
|2004||Aids for producers of cereals||€240,115|
|2004||Aids for producers of soya beans, rape seed and sunflower seed||€20,545|
|2004||Forestry — Former system (2000 to 2006)||€10,743|
|2003||Aid for producers of cereals not subject to the base area for maize||€211,177|
|2003||Set-aside related to per hectare aid||€78,018|
|2003||Aid for producers of peas, beans, field beans and sweet lupins||€8,187|
|2003||Afforestation (old system)||€5,433|
|2002||Aid for producers of cereals not subject to the base area for maize||€156,708|
|2002||Aid for producers of soya beans, rape seed and sunflower seed||€39,792|
|2002||Set-aside related to per hectare aid||€37,695|
Currently all we know about Stackpole Farms Ltd are the few bits of information released by the United Kingdom government.
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