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25.05.2011

550 farmers demonstrate in France

 

550 farmers came to Angers, Western France, on May 23rd, 2011 for a huge demonstration. This demonstration involved producers from all sectors and once more you could see the desperation of farmers in Europe and the anger that prevails in rural areas.

Please visit the website of the EMB member association APLI for more information and pictures: www.apli-nationale.org


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Press invitation: End of the quotas 2015 – What lies in store for the milk producers?

Dear Media Representatives,

 

2015 will decide the fate of European dairy farmers. With the abolition of the milk quota at the end of March all the indications are that production will rise. Supply already exceeds demand, and milk prices are in free fall throughout Europe. If the milk quotas turn out to be the last limit...

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