In Mayenne, farmers are asking to facilitate the transfer of farms

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While the agricultural bill is examined in the National Assembly from May 14 to 24, 2024, Mayenne professionals are calling for measures to enable generational renewal. In the department, the subject is extensive, with 32% of agricultural operations expected to be transferred within ten years.

Monday May 13, 2024, representatives of the agricultural unions FDSEA and JA (Young Farmers) reminded Mayenne parliamentarians of their demands, during a meeting at the Maison de l’agriculture in Laval. (illustrative photo) | WEST-FRANCE ARCHIVES


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  • Monday May 13, 2024, representatives of the agricultural unions FDSEA and JA (Young Farmers) reminded Mayenne parliamentarians of their demands, during a meeting at the Maison de l’agriculture in Laval. (illustrative photo) | WEST-FRANCE ARCHIVES

The renewal of generations in agriculture is one of the aspects of the orientation bill for sovereignty in agricultural matters examined in the National Assembly from Tuesday 14 until May 24, 2024. In Mayenne, the subject is hot: 32% of agricultural operations should be transferred within ten years, according to the Chamber of Agriculture.

“A tax reduction in the event of transfer”

On the eve of the opening of the debates in public session, Monday May 13, 2024, representatives of the Departmental Federation of Farmers’ Unions (FDSEA) and Young Farmers (JA) of the…

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