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09.06.2011

Germany: Farmers in front of the government building in Berlin

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20.08.2015

Update on protests in Europe

Belgium:On the night of Tuesday, August 18, more than 600 Belgian dairy farmers with about 600 tractors protested at Liege regional airport with blockades against various companies. According to a report by Grenzecho, these companies are symbolic of the poorly directed, solely profit-driven policy. Belgian farmers are suffering...

18.08.2015

Update on protests in Europe

France: - On August 14, farmers in Carcassonne (Languedoc-Roussillon region, Southern France) burnt bales of hay in front of the building for agricultural insurance. The protestors from FDSEA (regional association of agricultural holdings) and from among young farmers demanded implementation of the recently-concluded agreement...

14.08.2015

Update on protests in Europe

Spain Over 500 tractors and 1000 milk producers demonstrated on August 12 in Lalin, northern Spain, demanding solutions for the dairy sector and higher milk prices. Milk producers - following the example of their French colleagues - are asking their government to ensure a minimum price for milk collection. According to...

Category: Press, General 13.08.2015

Press invitation: Big EMB demonstration in Brussels on 7th September

Furious dairy farmers demand end to destructive milk policy from EU Ministers of Agriculture.

Category: Newsletter 12.08.2015

Newsletter August online

It seems like milk prices in the EU have entered a never-ending downward spiral. It has resulted in prices below 25 cents/litre being reported from many countries. Asking whether it is possible for dairy farmers to even survive in this context is therefore very pertinent. read more....

11.08.2015

Update on protests in Europe (11.08.)

Spain Protests continue in Spain; our colleagues from Galicia (northern Spain) are no longer talking about a "crisis" but rather about a downright "drama". On August 10, milk producers in northern Spain drew attention to the low milk prices through another action. With a convoy of over 500 tractors, the...

Category: General, Press 10.08.2015