Her great-grandfather was once the mayor of the village of Todorovo near Bulgaria’s Pleven, and today the cosmopolitan heiress of the family has abandoned a prestigious career to return there . Born to a German mother and a Bulgarian father,..
The Bulgarian state allocates over 2.5 million euros to encourage farmers to insure their crops against adverse weather. The support will be provided as part of the insurance premium. Due to the frequent droughts, floods and..
458 million euros from the Rural Development Program will be directed for investments and support measures for young farmers and small farms, BNR’s Horizont program has reported. Investment projects for the farms will have maximum..
In times of crisis, people often prefer to invest in real estate, including agricultural land. Due to the security of this investment, it benefits not only people closely associated with the sphere of agriculture, but also those who..
Over 60% of the country's agricultural farms have disappeared in the last 10 years. This is shown by the preliminary data from a census of all farms in Bulgaria, presented to BNR by Nikolay Marinov from the Agriculture General Directorate at Bulgaria's..
Bulgaria produces less but more expensive vegetables, shows analysis of the Economic Research Center at the Agricultural Academy. In 2020, vegetable production in the country decreased by 17% compared to 2019. Tomatoes are among the most impacted..
Today, the Agricultural University in Plovdiv celebrates 75 years since its opening. Since its establishment in 1945 until today, the university has preserved and enriched the traditions of Bulgarian agriculture and established itself as a national..
Bulgarian agriculture has an opportunity to be included in the Recovery and Sustainability Plan , Bulgarian Agriculture Minister Desislava Taneva said during a videoconference public discussion on the second pillar of the National Plan for Reconstruction..
Gross value added in Bulgaria’s agriculture, forestry and fishery in 2019 increased with 4.1% as compared to 2018 and amounted to nearly EUR 2 billion, the analysis part of the government’s annual report on the state and development of this..
In 2020, Bulgaria reports a double decline in the incidence of African swine fever in animals as compared to 2019. This was stated by Bulgaria's Minister of Agriculture Desislava Taneva at a video conference of EU agriculture ministers, the ministry..