Of course we are ambitious!

I just want First of all he strongly refused. If there was ever room for ambition in cultivation, it is now!

we only have They put behind us parliamentary elections in which residents voted for parties that used large parts of the election campaign to hone their discourse on food production, climate and the environment. Residents have spoken, it’s the local environment, emergency preparedness, food production, climate, most people and the region that won the 2021 election, so we have predictions!

Expectations More than kind words, we will now see action and action, and after all we have politicians who endorse what they say.

We expect:

raise it The farmer gets income opportunities at the same level as the average for other groups in the society. Through the upcoming agricultural settlements, an escalation plan will be adopted so that agriculture will have an annual krona development that will give agriculture the same level of income as other groups over the next four years.

the most important For the development of agriculture in Troms and Finnmark, is to ensure increased profitability and sufficient investment funds so that those in today’s industry can stay there and have the opportunity to develop their operations.

for pig breeders As dairy producers, there is a significant backlog of investments in modern farm buildings.

This is due to Among other things, the profitability of the industry decreased over time, so that it was not possible to make the necessary investments in agriculture. The investment package should be ready before next year’s negotiations, and the time is fast approaching 2024/34.

he is working well Import protection is critical to ensuring food production across the country, achieving goals of increasing self-sufficiency and national food preparedness. The room for maneuvering should be fully utilized to protect imports, among other things through the flexible use of the krone or percentage fees.

farmer stand in the food value chain. We will ensure equal conditions for players in the food and beverage value chain in terms of access to wholesale and distribution services, and equal conditions of competition between suppliers and grocery chains (EMV) brands.

Consumers must Enough information is guaranteed to be able to make a real choice based on the origin of the food.

Let’s look at it Meat production in lower-income Norway, which uses sustainable external resources, the income gap compared to the average wage in the country is equal to 100 percent. The average Norwegian salary is around NOK 600,000 and the average sheep/baby farmer’s income, according to reference farms, is approximately NOK 300,000.

In other words Then we have a big gap to close.

Should we be able to? Increasing the economy sufficiently for all kinds of use and maintaining food production throughout the country, while not creating an imbalance in the market, then we must have a very good guiding policy.

policy that He is clear about where we should get the different productions, and which ones make up for the operational difficulties. We must look at the quota system for red meat production. There is no doubt that this would place a great deal of constraint on the individual farmer, but my claim is that if we have the opportunity to raise the economy in agriculture sufficiently, we must expand the toolbox today and put in some powerful tools to regulate production.

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Now we have them The past eight years have moved us into a more market-regulated industry. We ran a train that wanted as big, bigger, and bigger production as possible. The result was increased centralization and poor financing for farmers. We now have four years to try another direction. We have to grasp this with both fists, including a pitchfork or two.

quota system Norwegian farming has been well tested, many challenges and pitfalls identified, and attempts are made to improve them through the current milk quota system. The system is by no means perfect, but the system will secure provincial agriculture, give us opportunities to increase the economy without creating overproduction and give the individual farmer a predictable income. It provides value creation and employment in the counties, not least the belief in the future of Norwegian food production.

At the same time see We that the allocation of rations on red meat, the diversity of farms and the different challenges that some regions face, will present challenges.

Some areas Recent years have seen significant growth in production and some have seen a sharp decline. If there is a problem getting enough space in some regions, the region expires due to no operation in other regions.

This is for Designing a new quota system will be difficult, should we start with historical data? Should we take into account the possibility of increasing production in each individual region? Should we open up to adjust production between regions, based on where we want different types of production?

questions Many in the case of the introduction and implementation of the quota system. But we must not refuse to ask questions. To dare to look for more opportunities to be able to organize production. Challenges need to be raised and highlighted – both the ones we’ve mentioned here, and the guarantee of more challenges.

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We must dare. Consider the possibility of establishing a quota system that takes care of all regions and actors in as fair a manner as possible.

It is said that if You want to change, you have to change the way you do things. One thing is for sure, we are ready for a change!

Dalila Awolowo

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