Economic preferences for farmers are widely implemented in Turkmenistan. They represent the allocation of subsidies, grants, subventions, soft loans and leasing for farmers.
It was thanks to the preference that the agricultural sector of Turkmenistan began to develop rapidly, and has become attractive to many representatives of the private sector.
Private entrepreneurial farms play a significant role in the agricultural sector, as they received large tracts of land from the state to grow all kinds of crops.
State support helps private agricultural producers to purchase special advanced equipment and machinery that speeds up land cultivation and processing of agricultural products.
In addition to preferential lending, the state provides farmers with petroleum products at affordable preferential prices.
Economic preferences for farmers make it possible to fulfill the food program, growing rich crops and solving the issue of food security of the country.