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13.09.2019

10 and 11 years of European milk delivery strikes

"I will not supply any more of my milk as of tomorrow." (German dairy farmer, May 2008) "I prefer to pour away my milk rather than be a slave to the dairy industry" (French dairy farmer, September 2009) One quote is rational and resolute, while the other is passionate and convinced. It was a...

06.09.2019

Newsletter September online!

2008/2009 - 2019! More than ten years ago, dairy farmers organised major milk strikes, as part of their Europe-wide fight for fair milk prices. In 2008 and 2009, they courageously and, at the same time with a heavy heart, poured away the contents of their milk tanks to clearly show the whole world how they were being grossly...

06.09.2019

Invitation to European milk strike events in September

Dairy farmers have planned major actions to commemorate the 10 and 11 years of milk strikes.

03.09.2019

Heat waves and storms: How are they affecting Europe's dairy farmers?

Many European countries have been dealing with a drought for a few months now. According to the Copernicus service on monitoring climate change, July 2019 was the hottest month since 1880, when periodic measurements were introduced. Especially in Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, heat records were smashed....

02.08.2019

Newsletter July/August online!

A number of important events have taken place at European and international level over the last few weeks. The heads of state and government of the EU member states made decisions on filling important European jobs, and the European Parliament also found new representatives for its key positions. I wish them all the best for...

17.07.2019

Non! to CETA & Oui! to a sustainable and fair trade policy

Farmers call on Members of Parliament to refuse ratifying CETA

16.07.2019

Only 78% of milk production costs covered in Germany

(Brussels, 16.07.2019) The quarterly cost figures for Germany show that only 78% of production costs were covered in April 2019. Cost of production amounted to 44.33 ct/kg in April; however, dairy farmers only received 34.56 ct/kg for their product. Producers thus lack 9.77 ct/kg to cover their costs. These figures come from...