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20.06.2018

Newsletter June online!

It's a pleasant surprise when EU policy-makers propose positive developments: At the end of May, the European Parliament voted in favour of the report by Italian MEP Herbert Dorfmann on the 'Future of Food and Farming' and thus presented the Commission with a clear direction for the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy.

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17.04.2019

75 %-Stelle Agrarreferent/in – zum 01. 06. 2019

Wir sind ein junger Dachverband europäischer Milcherzeugerorganisationen, der sich für kostendeckende Milchpreise einsetzt. Die Zukunft einer nachhaltigen Milcherzeugung in ganz Europa mit seinen positiven Effekten für Arbeitsplätze, ländlichen Raum und Umwelt sind unser Ziel. Wir arbeiten mit unseren Mitgliedsorganisationen...

16.04.2019

Milk production costs still not covered in Germany

(Brussels, 16.04.2019) The current calculation of milk production costs in Germany shows that in January 2019 only 82% of production costs were covered. Although from October 2018 to January 2019 costs had slightly decreased, cost coverage stagnated at 82% due to also lower milk prices. According to the quarterly figures...

10.04.2019

"Don't export the EU's problems to Africa!"

African and European dairy farmers call for responsible policies

03.04.2019

"My milk is local"

Campaign week from 8 to 12 April 2019

29.03.2019

Newsletter March/April online!

Drastic times call for drastic measures The pictures from Sardinia cannot leave you indifferent: In mid-February, sheep-milk farmers on the Italian island poured thousands of litres of milk on the streets after prices dropped to an unacceptable level. Read more

27.03.2019

Solidarity rally with European and African dairy farmers

Invitation to press conference and symbolic rally on 10 April in Brussels

08.02.2019

Newsletter February online!

Brexit: Moment of Truth Approaches There is a period during any negotiating process when pretence falls away and the bluffing stops. As far as Irish farmers and the wider Irish agri-food sector is concerned, the Brexit process has entered that period now. Read more

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