SELECTED ASPECTS OF THE PROCESS OF POLISH FARMS’ ADAPTATION TO CROSS-COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS

The paper presents the process of cross-compliance implementation in Poland. The definition of the process as well as its components are discussed with the use of an example of the cross-compliance mechanism. This mechanism is shown at the macroeconomic level (country level) and the microeconomic level (on a farm), as well as the role of FAS bodies in the process of farm adaptation. Empirical studies were conducted in 2010-2012 and included three Polish provinces: Malopolskie, Opolskie and Lodzkie. On the basis of the analysis it must be concluded that this process consists of several stages, interlinked and dependent upon themselves. At the farm level it can have a repetitive nature. Farmers can take advantage of advisory services in this regard. The results of the survey indicate that farmers mostly use public agricultural advisory services and best assess the quality of services provided by advisory centres.


Variant title:
WYBRANE ASPEKTY PROCESU DOSTOSOWANIA POLSKICH GOSPODARSTW ROLNYCH DO WYMOGÓW WZAJEMNEJ ZGODNOŚCI
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Issue Date:
2014
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/204913
Published in:
2014
Number 3
Roczniki (Annals)




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