Latest figures released by the Rural Payments Agency show that a total of 88,842 customers have received either a full or partial single farm payment, representing 81.5% of the estimated total claimant population of 109,000.
The total value of those payments is £965.53 million, which is 62.8% of the estimated total fund of £1.54 billion.
This means that over the past seven days the RPA has managed to get out to the farming industry an additional £46m in support payments.
The agency said that over the week it had paid 2577 partial payments (including Euro payments), 2298 full payments and over 3300 top-up payments to customers who previously received a partial payment.
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For more on SFP issues see FWi’s special report on the Single Payment Scheme.