A hot topic for thousands of farmers in Bulgaria is uniting in a common Agrarian Chamber. The benefit of this will be that together farmers will be able to work in partnership with the state to solve their problems and also have representation..
The first livestock census in Bulgaria was conducted in 1887, shortly after this country’s liberation from the Ottoman rule. In 1910, there were more than 8.6 million sheep in Bulgaria, or 2,000 sheep per 1,000 people. Back then, Bulgaria..
There are over 100,000 virtual sheep and goats, which are actually non-existent, but farmers receive European subsidies for their breeding. This is what Simeon Karakolev , chairman of the National Sheep and Goat Breeding Association told the BNR in..