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On two fronts. How agrarians together ensure sowing and food security in hotspots

Ukrainian agrarians, members of the Ukrainian Agri Council, have been helping the army, refugees and townspeople in the places of active fighting since the first days of the war. Now they carry out these activities in parallel with the sowing campaign. Non-stop They are reluctant to tell how they are helping others and are happier to share their plans for the sowing campaign carried out in extremely difficult conditions. It is...

 
Kees Huizinga: European politicians need to talk about how bread is made so that they understand the scale of the food threat

Dutch farmer Kees Huizinga, a member of the Ukrainian Agri Council, has owned a farm in Ukraine for the past 20 years. In early March, he traveled to Europe to convey to western politicians the importance of supporting Ukraine in times of Russian aggression. During this time, the farmer held dozens of meetings with deputies, ministers, representatives of international organizations, spoke on the a...

 
Second Front: Is Ukraine threatened with food crisis?

Even under the conditions of martial law, taking into account possible insufficient planting and a decline in agricultural technology, Ukraine is capable of meeting its food needs. The main risks are related to the unpredictability of events regarding Russian aggression and the violation of Ukraine's territorial integrity. The sowing campaign has become the country's second front. Ukrainian agricultural production is concentrated on more than 30 million hectares of arable land. This allows the country to be fully supplied with food and have a significant surplus for export. In...

 
Dairy canneries are working for the population and the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Ukrainian canned dairy producers are now solving almost the same problems as their colleagues producing other categories of dairy products. They have almost no opportunities for foreign trade. Production of canned milk has decreased due to the fact that not all dairies have now the opportunity to work properly. Exports are virtually absent, in addition, the demand for condensed milk from in...

 
The consequences of the war will be a global food crisis and political destabilization, - said the President of Ukraine

This war may be followed by a global food crisis and political destabilization. This issue was stated by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi at the G7 summit. «There has been a global catastrophe. Russia has destroyed the global security architecture and dealt a powerful blow to international relations. But this is just the beginni...

 
The UAC member Kees Huizinga met with representatives of the European Parliament

Dutch farmer Kees Huizinga, who has been working in Ukraine for the past 20 years, met with representatives of the European Conservatives and Reformists Party (ECR) in the European Parliament to explain the situation in Ukraine's agricultural sector in the wake of the Russian invasion. Bert-Jan Rusen, a member of the European Parliament, helped to organize the meeting. «There were about 60 parliamentarians in the hall. They seem to have understood w...

 
Dairy farmers in southern Europe are feeling intense pressure due to Russia’s invasion to Ukraine

Russia’s military invasion to Ukraine sparks growing feed shortages. Ukraine, which is a major global supplier of animal feed, has been unable to export corn and wheat, two major feed ingredients, for the past several weeks, reports Dairy Herd Management. According to Reuters, Italy’s agriculture industry is specifically feeling the effects of the Russian-Ukraine conflict. Assalzoo, an Italian livestock farmer organization, ha...

 

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