1- Agriculture, Laure and Arnaud’s secret weapon, candidates for Koh-Lanta
The adventure of Koh-Lanta has been resumed on TF1 since March 12. Among the 20 candidates, a farmer and a farmer. One is a breeder, the other a market gardener. They left imbued with the energy and courage of the agricultural world. Perhaps they drew from it the strength which enabled them to hold out. They are back on their farm but the secret is well kept. Who managed to climb onto the poles in the islands of Polynesia? Answer on TF1 on Friday at 9:05 p.m.
2 – Cancellation of the compulsory indication of the origin of the milk: Jérémy Decerle writes to the president of Lactalis
Labeling of prepackaged dairy products sold in France was compulsory, on an experimental basis, since 1is January 2017. Lactalis obtained from the Council of State the annulment of the decree making it compulsory to indicate the origin of milk on dairy products sold in France. The decision sparked a wave of protests among French dairy farmers. Jérémy Decerle, breeder and MEP, explains in an open letter to the president of Lactalis, Emmanuel Besnier, why this obligation to indicate the origin of milk was “justified and in tune with the times”.
3 – [VIDEO #FaceCam] Fanny Agostini, television host: “The profession of a peasant is the noblest profession”
Presenter of the #PositiveAgriculture program, the time of SIA 2020, Fanny Agostini was kind enough to play the game by answering the questions of our interview with Martine on the farm. Originally from Puy-de-Dôme, she told us about her memories from her grandparents’ farm. While the 2021 show was due to take place at this very moment, we give the floor to the actors of the agricultural community.
4 – Future PAC and Egalim: farmers demonstrate in Lyon and Clermond-Ferrand
The breeders of the Rhône-Alpes region demonstrate this March 25. They traveled by tractor to the center of Clermont-Ferrand and Lyon. A mobilization to demand the maintenance of the European CAP premiums and a better application of the Egalim law.
5 – Serge Joncour, Prix Femina 2020: “Report on this change in agricultural practices”
The novel “Human Nature” written by Serge Joncour received the 2020 Femina Prize. The story takes place on a farm in the Lot. Alexander, the main character, is a farmer. It is his journey between drought of 1976 and storm of 1999 that is told. 23 years of evolution in the agricultural world and the world in general. What is the author’s view of these mutations? Interview.