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Chamber approves MP that allocates Conab corn to small animal breeders in Brazil

Updated Dec 2, 2021
(Reuters) – This Wednesday, the Chamber of Deputies approved a provisional measure that reformulates the Over-the-Counter Sales Program (ProVB) of the National Supply Company (Conab) to focus its activities on the sale of corn from public stocks to small animal breeders. According to the government, there is a lack of demand from beneficiaries for other foods previously sold by the program, and the shortage of corn justifies the reformulation of the rules supported by ordinances, informed the Agência Câmara Notícias. Before the MP, ProVB could carry out operations throughout the national territory with rice, wheat, cashew nuts, beans, cassava and wheat flour, powdered milk, sorghum, sugar, and Brazil nuts. According to the approved text, even if the farmer does not have the declaration of aptitude (DAP-Pronaf) active, he can buy if he meets objective criteria of annual gross income under Pronaf or explores rural property with an area of up to 10 modules tax.
(Reuters) – This Wednesday, the Chamber of Deputies approved a provisional measure that reformulates the Over-the-Counter Sales Program (ProVB) of the National Supply Company (Conab) to focus its activities on the sale of corn from public stocks to small animal breeders . According to the government, there is a lack of demand from beneficiaries for other foods previously sold by the program, and the shortage of corn justifies the reformulation of the rules supported by ordinances, informed the Agência Câmara Notícias. Before the MP, ProVB could carry out operations throughout the national territory with rice, wheat, cashew nuts, beans, cassava and wheat flour, powdered milk, sorghum, sugar and Brazil nuts. According to the approved text, even if the farmer does not ...
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