CCTV reporters investigate the truth of agricultural subsidies for three months

[China Agricultural Machinery Network Industry News] In 2014, the state implemented soybean target price subsidies in the three northeastern provinces and Inner Mongolia. When the soybean market price was lower than the target price, the producers were subsidized by area and output. However, according to the investigation by the reporter, the same soybean, only one Heilongjiang, the subsidy is half the difference! Linjiang Township, Nenjiang County, Heilongjiang Province subsidizes 60.5 yuan per mu, while Baoshan Town, Molidawa Banner, Hulunbeier City, Inner Mongolia, is 36.56 yuan, a difference of 300 yuan. This is why CCTV reporters lasted for three months and the truth surfaced.
Across the river, soybean subsidies are nearly half
The state has set a target price subsidy policy, which requires not only returning soybean prices to the market, but also protecting the interests of farmers. The starting point is good and has achieved certain results. However, in the two years of implementation, there have been some phenomena that make farmers puzzling: the same soybeans, the subsidies received in different regions are very different. In some areas, even a single river, the subsidies are half the difference.
Liu Wenfu, a farmer from Linjiang Township, Nenjiang County, Heilongjiang Province, wrapped 200 acres on the riverside. In June 2015, he received the soybean target price subsidy for the previous year. The 180,000 yuan subsidy is not much more than the investment, but it is pure income, which has a great impact on the income of the soybean.
Liu Wenfu, a farmer from Linjiang Township, Nenjiang County, Heilongjiang Province: 60.5 yuan per mu of land, more than 900 pieces per trip.
Along with Liu Wenfu's home, Gao Limin of Moqi, Inner Mongolia, also planted five soybeans. He received much less subsidies per mu.

Gao Limin, a farmer from Xing'an Village, Baoshan Town, Molindawaqi, Hulunbeier City, Inner Mongolia: There are seventy-five acres of land in Wuyi, 36 pieces of wool per mu, and more than 3,000 yuan.
All along, Gao Limin's soybeans are sold to Heilongjiang, just across the river. He couldn't understand why the same land, the same soybeans, the same market, why is his subsidy almost half faster than Heilongjiang?
Gao Limin, a farmer from Xing'an Village, Baoshan Town, Molydawa, Inner Mongolia, Hulunbeier: We don't know what the standard is, and according to what standard the money is opened. More than 20 yuan in an acre of land, three more in one place.
One is 60 pieces per acre, 5 pieces, and the other is 36 pieces of 5 hairs per acre. The seeds are all soybeans. Why do the subsidies received by two people differ by 40%? The so-called target price subsidy means that the state sets a target price. When the market price is lower than the target price, the farmers are subsidized according to the difference and the output.
Is the price and output difference between the two provinces so great? The reporter got the data of the two provinces. As long as you do a simple arithmetic, you can see that the difference is about 5%. How did the 40% difference occur? In the documents of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the reporter found that the state allocated the total amount of subsidies to Inner Mongolia according to the total output and price difference, while Inner Mongolia calculated the subsidy standard per mu according to the land area. Is there a problem in Inner Mongolia when calculating the subsidy standard?

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