Angry farmers protesting at falling dairy prices in the EU have sprayed fresh milk at the European Parliament and riot police in Brussels.
Thousands of dairy farmers, accompanied by hundreds of tractors, descended on the Belgian capital on Monday for two days of demonstrations.
Disruption has continued, with EU officials hindered from reaching their offices by tractors blocking roads....
In Belgium, for example, the wholesale price for a litre of milk is 0.26 euros but the cost of producing it is 0.40 euros, the board said.
Dairy farmers in Shropshire, England, recently won a price increase to £0.29 (0.36 euros) per litre from a leading processor but reported that the cost of production was still £0.31 (0.38 euros).
Ahum, yesterday a Belgian farmer said what he got for his milk.
33ct at the moment and lowest was 0,28ct this summer.
He said 50ct was producing price.
In short, all lies. As long as they can afford to spray thousands of liters of milk one can suppose they are not doing that bad.
But of course they are right that the price difference from leaving the farm to the shop is too big.
But they also have the option to search solutions skipping those gangsters who are responsible for that.
Too much money going to farming. That is why you see all brand new superbig tractors in Bulgaria. Last 2 years it looks like they found their pot of gold.
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