France Faces Milk Shortage – IOTW Report

France Faces Milk Shortage

Let Them Drink Cake.


“For milk production, fodder is needed, mainly alfalfa and corn, which were not harvested this year. So there is a risk of milk shortages this autumn and this winter,” Yannick Fialip, chairman of the FNSEA economic commission, told Franceinfo.

On August 5, Fialip expressed his concern. “We have animals, which are usually in the meadows at this time, that have nothing left to eat”. As a result, the breeders will feed the animals the fodder in stocks, usually set aside for winter.

“We are very worried about the ability of many breeders to be able to feed their herds throughout the winter of 2022-2023”, he explained, hoping for a “rise” in the price of milk to compensate for the spending and ensure the survival of the sector, but he also predicted a possible lack of milk. “I think that in the coming months, we will have a shortage of milk in France.”

“The price of milk in France is 20 percent lower than the price of milk paid to other European producers, particularly in Germany and the Netherlands,” emphasized Fialip.

“The fields are completely dried out,” Nicolas Declomesnils, a breeder from Calvados told public broadcaster TF1. Like other farmers, he must dip into reserves to maintain his production rate.


11 Comments on France Faces Milk Shortage

  1. Brought to you by the green agenda fascists.

  2. Keep voting for lefties and see how much you like fake powdered milk and going broke.

  3. Like, can’t they just like, milk almonds or something?
    —Vegan Libtard

  4. Maricon gonna blame this on Putin? Or Trump?

    Leave it to the Frogs (progressive frogs? totalitarian frogs?) to fuck up something they’ve been doing successfully for a couple of thousand years.

    mortem tyrannis
    izlamo delenda est …

  5. “Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.” Go ahead Frogs and throw stupid chants at your enemies. It’s the French thing to do and the thing that there best at in insulting the rest of the world.

  6. Will we no longer be able to call them “cheese-eating surrender monkeys”?

  7. Less cows less milk. Less milk less farts. Less farts cleaner air. What is it you don’t understand?

  8. I remember 2 winters ago in TX where the power went out and milk was dumped by the thousands of gallons.

  9. Maybe ‘they’ can control the weather a bit here and there. Cause flooding in this area will cause drought elsewhere. Rinse and repeat until the nations beg for ‘global’ assistance.

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