SOREC launches the “ALF MORAKAB” program for horse breeders

To facilitate the management of the purchasing process through the new program, SOREC has set up the alf-morakab.sorec.ma platform dedicated to all stakeholders.

The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Horses (SOREC) has launched the “ALF MORAKAB” program for the benefit of breeders and horse owners aiming to promote compound feed made in Morocco.

Faced with the drought, this new initiative supports breeders registered with SOREC and allows them to continue their activities by safeguarding the “equine herd of high genetic value.” »

To facilitate the management of the purchasing process through the new program, SOREC has set up the alf-morakab.sorec.ma platform dedicated to all stakeholders. This platform offers, in fact, the possibility for beneficiaries to submit their applications directly to the alf-morakab.sorec.ma application, call the number 05 37 27 11 44 ​​​​for telephone assistance or travel to the national stud farms or Kingdom racetracks.

In addition, a flat-rate aid of 1.5 MAD including tax per kilogram will be allocated to breeders and owners, following a call for expressions of interest launched by SOREC with local manufacturers, allowing beneficiaries to choose the supplier and the range of foods to their liking.

It should be recalled that as part of the development strategy for the Moroccan equine sector, and under the supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture, Maritime Fisheries, Rural Development and Water and Forests, SOREC is working on supporting breeders through a comprehensive system of measures: financial support, provision of seeds, training and advice, so that this sector is a powerful socio-economic lever, particularly in rural areas.

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