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Fourth annual Intesa Farmer contest launched

Banca Intesa launched the fourth annual cycle of the Intesa Farmer contest today, within its performance at the 83rd International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad. In addition to traditional rewards in the categories of crop farming, livestock breeding, fruit and vegetable growing, which it has been awarding since 2013, this year the bank will also present the award in the category of small agricultural producers, which it introduced in cooperation with Slow Food Serbia Association.

All registered agricultural producers, clients of Banca Intesa, can apply to the Intesa Farmer competition from May 20 to July 29 in all branch offices of the Bank in Serbia, as well as via www.bancaintesa.rs website or IntesaFarmerGodine@bancaintesa.rs email address. Semi-finalists will be announced in September, while winners of the competition in all categories will be proclaimed in October, and awarded a cheque worth RSD 100,000 for the purchase of raw materials, as well as a prize trip to a relevant international agriculture manifestation.

The best agricultural producers will be selected based on general criteria that include annual results achieved through agricultural production, possession of own storage space, involvement of family members in the production process and established cooperation with Banca Intesa. In the Intesa Farmer category, the added criterion is the use of modern and energy-efficient machinery, while in the category Intesa Fruit Grower it is the implemented irrigation system, hail protection, as well as possession of certified seedlings. The added criterion in the category Intesa Vegetable Grower is the possibility of producing in closed space, which requires a greenhouse or foliar production, while in the category Intesa Livestock Breeder it is the breeding of purebred cattle.

The competitors will be evaluated by an expert jury comprising Predrag Milenović, Head of Small business Department at Banca Intesa, Đorđe Radulović, Head of Agriculture Office at Banca Intesa, Vojislav Živanović, Marketing Specialist at Banca Intesa, Biagio Carrano, president of the Slow Food Serbia convivium, and Goran Đaković, the chief editor of Agrobiznis magazine.

Banca Intesa launched the fourth annual cycle of the Intesa Farmer contest today, within its performance at the 83rd International Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad. In addition to traditional rewards in the categories of crop farming, livestock breeding, fruit and vegetable growing, which it has been awarding since 2013, this year the bank will also present the award in the category of small agricultural producers, which it introduced in cooperation with Slow Food Serbia Association.

All registered agricultural producers, clients of Banca Intesa, can apply to the Intesa Farmer competition from May 20 to July 29 in all branch offices of the Bank in Serbia, as well as via www.bancaintesa.rs website or IntesaFarmerGodine@bancaintesa.rs email address. Semi-finalists will be announced in September, while winners of the competition in all categories will be proclaimed in October, and awarded a cheque worth RSD 100,000 for the purchase of raw materials, as well as a prize trip to a relevant international agriculture manifestation.

The best agricultural producers will be selected based on general criteria that include annual results achieved through agricultural production, possession of own storage space, involvement of family members in the production process and established cooperation with Banca Intesa. In the Intesa Farmer category, the added criterion is the use of modern and energy-efficient machinery, while in the category Intesa Fruit Grower it is the implemented irrigation system, hail protection, as well as possession of certified seedlings. The added criterion in the category Intesa Vegetable Grower is the possibility of producing in closed space, which requires a greenhouse or foliar production, while in the category Intesa Livestock Breeder it is the breeding of purebred cattle.

The competitors will be evaluated by an expert jury comprising Predrag Milenović, Head of Small business Department at Banca Intesa, Đorđe Radulović, Head of Agriculture Office at Banca Intesa, Vojislav Živanović, Marketing Specialist at Banca Intesa, Biagio Carrano, president of the Slow Food Serbia convivium, and Goran Đaković, the chief editor of Agrobiznis magazine.

 

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