Honduras: Credits for Sheep Production

The government has announced a credit line of $7.4 million for the production of sheep, at an interest rate of 7.25%.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The Ministry of Economic Development (SDE) reported that a credit line of L167 million ($7.4 million) is now available for sheep production. The announcement was confirmed by Arnaldo Castillo, head of the institution, reported Laprensa.hn.

The funds will be disbursed through the National Program for the Reactivation of the Agrifood Sector in Honduras (Firsa) at a preferential interest rate of 7.25%, with the banking sector. "... 'In the next two weeks we will launch a financial product with Banhprovi (Honduran Bank for Production and Housing)' the official said."

See also: "Sheep and Goat Market in Costa Rica"

"... Livestock sector and government officials met last week to define strategies to enhance sheep farming. The approach was made on the premises of the Association of Ranchers and Farmers in Sula (Agas). Honduras does not have an official census of the sheep herd, and they are therefore waiting for more participation from other sectors after the recent announcement of that they managed to gain permission for production of sheep meat for export, said Hector Ferreira, president of the Agas."

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