Frango Vida expands the growth of poultry farming in MS with the transfer of R$56.5 million in incentives – SBA1

Frango Vida expands the growth of poultry farming in MS with the transfer of R$56.5 million in incentives – SBA1
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The excellence of the State’s poultry farming, which is the 8th in the country in terms of slaughter with 164 million birds last year, and the 7th in exports with more than US$ 77 million handled this year, is recognized by the State Government which executes, through from the State Secretariat for the Environment, Development, Science, Technology and Innovation (Semadesc) increasingly modern incentive policies for the sector.

In recent years alone, Frango Vida, a program that encourages poultry farming, paid R$56.5 million to producers in Mato Grosso do Sul who invest in modernizing poultry farms and sustainability.

The actions were highlighted on Saturday (11/05) during the III Avimasul Forum, the largest poultry farming meeting in the State. The event took place during the 58th Expoagro and brought together almost 400 participants including professionals, academics and sector enthusiasts to discuss the challenges and opportunities of poultry farming in Mato Grosso do Sul.

The executive secretary of Sustainable Economic Development at Semadesc, Rogério Beretta was one of the speakers at the Forum and addressed the Importance of Chicken-Vida for poultry farming in MS. In the lecture he outlined a scenario of national and state poultry farming and showed Semadesc’s actions to promote the development and improvement of the poultry sector.

Beretta also spoke about Proaves and Frango Vida, which help to grow the activity through actions that promote greater technology and sustainability in poultry farming.

According to Beretta, Frango Vida was created in 2022, with the goal of serving the sector, modernizing the activity and providing more competitiveness. Since then, more than R$56.5 million in incentives and 131.8 million birds have been slaughtered within the subprogram.

“Poultry farming is a priority for the State Government and Frango Vida came to expand and modernize the sector”, he assured, remembering that to participate, the producer must follow numerous criteria. Among them are: complying with environmental, tax, health, labor legislation and mainly associations. In return, the producer will have tax incentives of up to 50% of the ICMS: being: 32% of the ICMS incentive with all mandatory criteria met, plus 1.5% for each complementary criterion met, totaling 18%.

The secretary also recalled the support from the federal and state Government through the offer of credit, such as specific lines from the Constitutional Fund for the Central-West Rural (FCO). “This year, 17 consultation letters have already been approved for poultry farming projects totaling almost R$129 million.”

Information and image: State Secretariat for Environment, Development, Science, Technology and Innovation

The article is in Portuguese

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