SKOGLUND BO is a recipient of farm subsidies in Segmon, Sweden.
Since 2000 SKOGLUND BO has received €10,134 in payments from the European Union .
|2012||SPS (single payment scheme)||€1,387|
|2012||Rural development programmes||€140|
|2011||SPS (single payment scheme)||€1,387|
|2011||Rural development programmes||€132|
|2010||SPS (single payment scheme)||€1,381|
|2010||Rural development programmes||€146|
|2009||SPS (single payment scheme)||€1,291|
|2009||Sheepmeat and goatmeat||€66|
|2009||Rural development programmes||€29|
|2008||SPS (single payment scheme)||€1,291|
|2008||Rural development programmes||€81|
|2008||Sheepmeat and goatmeat||€64|
|2007||SPS (single payment scheme)||€1,303|
|2007||Rural development programmes||€147|
|2007||Sheepmeat and goatmeat||€50|
|2006||SPS (single payment scheme)||€1,203|
|2006||Sheepmeat and goatmeat||€35|
Currently all we know about SKOGLUND BO are the few bits of information released by the Sweden government.
We need your help to find out more about this recipient. Is it a multi-national company or a small farm? What does it produce? Is it a subsidiary of a larger company? How large is it? Is it owned by anyone noteworthy?