Agri policy in the Netherlands
Coming in at number 7 on the hit list was an article focused on agri policy in the Netherlands.
The Dutch agriculture ministry decided to abandon a controversial feed measure.
Its proposal to limit the addition of proteins in feed concentrates for dairy cattle in an effort to reduce Dutch nitrogen emissions saw strong opposition from the farm sector. In the end, due to a recent period of drought in the Netherlands, the ministry decided to scrap the scheme.
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