Cattle, sheep and goat keepers must match data in ENAR by March 31

By: STA Date: 2024. 03. 12. 10:30

The latest decree of the Minister of Agriculture imposes a data reconciliation obligation on keepers of cattle, sheep and goats. The first deadline for the ENAR data reconciliation program of the National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih) is March 31, 2024. Keeping the data up-to-date is extremely important for those submitting animal-based support applications.

The purpose of the data reconciliation program is to include accurate data from the ENAR (Unified Registration and Identification System) and the TIR (Cultivation Information System). The up-to-date database significantly facilitates the activities of farmers and the work of the food chain safety authority. Accurate data is particularly important for livestock keepers who submit an animal-based subsidy application to the Hungarian State Treasury in 2024 based on their cattle, sheep and goat farming. The application interface of the Treasury is filled out on the basis of the data registered in the ENAR system, just like last year.

Nébih has put together the process of data reconciliation in such a way that, in addition to the significant profit for livestock keepers, it represents the smallest possible administrative burden

In the following days, the office will send all cattle, sheep and goat keepers the list of animals currently registered in the ENAR, primarily electronically, and in justified cases by post. The keeper’s task is to compare the data in the system with the identifiers of the animals actually found in his farm. Only deviations must be reported to the office, and those who have no missed notifications do not need to do anything else.


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