Beyond the Headlines

Animal rights activists didn't pay the money promised 12 Apr 2022

Do you remember the Danish chickens? The story about noise vs transparency and promises vs actions? A quick recap: last...
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European livestock farming shouldering its responsibility to keep antibiotics working 01 Apr 2022

Veterinary care on livestock farm European farmers and veterinarians are making great efforts to reduce the need to...
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Campaign Updates

Joint Statement 27 Jan 2022

27.01.22 Farm to Fork Strategy: how to reach the targets? With the Farm to Fork deadline looming in 8 years’...
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EVENT: FARM TO FORK STRATEGY – WHAT ARE THE POLICY INSTRUMENTS NEEDED TO REACH THE TARGETS? 15 Dec 2021

EURACTIV Virtual Conference 27-01-2022 09:30 - 10:45am CET The Farm to Fork strategy, which outlines several...
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In the News

Appello degli allevatori alla Ue: Farm to Fork contiene nove paradossi 23 May 2021

Non è vero che gli allevamenti sono tra i maggiori responsabili delle emissioni di CO2: in Europa pesano solo per il...
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Lo que el último informe de Greenpeace no dice sobre la Política de Promoción de la UE 23 Apr 2021

Amigos italianos, dejen de promover sus salamis y parmesanos, compañeros franceses, olvídense del orgullo de ser el...
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Campaign Manifesto

It is a fact, The livestock sector is today at the epicentre of public debates in Europe and beyond. With these debates come many myths and stereotypes, and they portray a picture that is in stark contrast with the reality experienced by farmers and professionals on ground. This situation is dangerous as the EU livestock farming model will face tremendous challenges to ensure economic viability, generational renewal and adaptation to societal and environmental demands. 

The EU livestock farming model, based on diversified, local and family farm structures, is the backbone of EU’s rural areas. It supports a great number of jobs and industries, it contributes to a circular and bio-economy, while also ensuring a steady and affordable supply of nutritious foods, needed for a balanced diet. While the sector is both fully aware of and acting on many challenges, the removal of livestock farming from Europe – a “Livestock Exit” – would have severe consequences. European Livestock Voice aims to bring forward the facts from the “boots on the ground” side of the story and offer some balance to the debate on the future of livestock. We won’t tell you what to think or to do but it is essential that you get the two sides of the story, because when you make a choice, you also choose all its consequences! #MeattheFacts