The oversupply of harvesting services has made them focus on agricultural services only in their area and abandon the cereal harvester.
The cooperatives generate problems in the economic management of the professional farms.
Work with a cooperative involves higher costs, loss of control of your business and less selfmanagement of your liquidity.
Excessive bureaucracy, legislative limitations and public control that hinders professionalactivity discourages many young farmers. They need advice and work from agrarian organizations for better guidance.
In the case of applying for grants, without help from the family it is difficult to comply wit the business plan and maintain a sustainable farm. The acquisition of equipment rather than land, which is very expensive, stimulates efficiency rather than volume.
There are limitations on the type of contract for renting land, sharecropping is not allowe in some cases, so more flexibility is needed. Holders do not want to transfer their CAP entitlements.