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Greater Hunting

October 18, 2017 at 6:59 pmCategory:General

About 50 farmers and ranchers from the province met yesterday at the headquarters of ASAJA in the conquense capital to analyze the serious problem of the deer on crops damages and agree on the requests that the Organization will move to the regional and provincial administration to put an end to this critical situation, every yearcause heavy losses in the sector. Thus, the meeting agreed that it is imperative that the Department of agriculture would oblige preserves holders to comply with technical plans of hunting, in which specifies how many animals and which species should be hunt, to control the overpopulation of deer that it devastates crops of sunflower, competes for pasture with livestock and transmits them diseasescausing serious damage to farms, to which must be added to the current drought.cazaworld.com in this sense, the Organization insists that in areas where the problem is exceptionally serious management should increase the number of catches referred to in the technical plan of coto de act ex officio when it is not complied with the provisions of such plan and preserve hunting. In addition, ASAJA basin will request counseling hardening of the sanctioning regime that contemplates the Act of hunting. Thus as they have moved the members of the Organization, the most affected areas are the mountainous area, the Campichuelo, la Manchuela and la Alcarria.www.cazaworld.com on the other hand, ASAJA emphasizes that this is a problem of the whole society, since the overpopulation of the species of hunting also constitutes a significant risk to road safety, to be a cause of traffic accidents. Finally, in the coming days basin ASAJA prompted a meeting with the Coordinator of agriculture in Cuenca, Javier Jose Zaballos peripheral services and, later, with the general Directorate of forests and natural areas, to raise proposals and seek solutions to this problem, since the exceptional measures put in place so far have not been effective and, to all lights, are not sufficient to put an end to this desperate situation for many farmers who, year after year, lose much of their crops.