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There must be room for more, says the farmer's team leader

There must be room for more, says the farmer’s team leader

Favorite It’s a historic high that farmers are getting this year, says Sornadal Farmer Team Leader Jan-Henrik Moen. The show is set up a little differently from the requirements for cultivators, so cultivators need time to familiarize themselves with it. One of their points of concern is closing the NOK 30,000 wage gap in relation to the NOK 100,000 requirement. Moen says the government appears to understand the precarious situation in Norwegian agriculture, and believes there is more to be achieved in further negotiations.

I’ve never heard of anyone giving everything at once, so there must be room for negotiation, says Moen.

10.15 billion NOK will be given to farmers in agricultural settlements this year. The requirement was 11.5 billion. Farmers say this is an unusual settlement. Cost gaps must be filled, backlogs corrected, and income gaps closed. Farmers say there are plenty of advantages in the offering, but they need to read it more carefully to find out.

Yes, that’s a starting point, but we’ve also had a significant increase in costs in the past two years, farmers say.

Farmers need time to read a complex offer from the state.
picture: Stian Lysberg Solum NTB / NTB

One of the offers that farmers should discuss is the offer of 30,000 crowns to fill the wage gap, while the demand was 100,000 crowns.

There were difficult trade-offs for the government, versus other important considerations within the overall budget. The state budget increase in this show is significant, and the government is showing very strong priorities for agriculture and food production in Norway, says the state’s chief negotiator, Chief Operating Officer Phil Soeland, at the NRK live press conference.

She believes that the exceptional situation means that the state’s supply is strong, with large amounts of money in the budget and price increases target.

– The government believes this is necessary to contribute to the security of Norwegian food production and self-sufficiency in the event of unpredictable markets and strong cost growth, says Søyland.

Farmers’ organizations refer to this year’s negotiations as a settlement of fate.

– Serious background. It’s a historic settlement, said Bjorn Gemming, the leader of the Norwegian Farmers’ Association when he made the demands.

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Farmers team leader Jan-Henrik Moen at Sornadal believes the state’s bid is a good starting point for further negotiations. Also seen in the photo are MP Jenny Kling (Socialist Party) and Leader Selji Pete J. Holten in Sornadal SB.
picture: Gear Forberg

It’s a historic high that farmers are getting this year, says Sornadal Farmer Team Leader Jan-Henrik Moen. The show is set up a little differently from the requirements for cultivators, so cultivators need time to familiarize themselves with it. One of their points of concern is closing the NOK 30,000 wage gap in relation to the NOK 100,000 requirement. Moen says the government appears to understand the precarious situation in Norwegian agriculture, and believes there is more to be achieved in further negotiations.

I’ve never heard of anyone giving everything at once, so there must be room for negotiation, says Moen.

10.15 billion NOK will be given to farmers in agricultural settlements this year. The requirement was 11.5 billion. Farmers say this is an unusual settlement. Cost gaps must be filled, backlogs corrected, and income gaps closed. Farmers say there are plenty of advantages in the offering, but they need to read it more carefully to find out.

Yes, that’s a starting point, but we’ve also had a significant increase in costs in the past two years, farmers say.

Photo

Farmers need time to read a complex offer from the state.
picture: Stian Lysberg Solum NTB / NTB

One of the offers that farmers should discuss is the offer of 30,000 crowns to fill the wage gap, while the demand was 100,000 crowns.

There were difficult trade-offs for the government, versus other important considerations within the overall budget. The state budget increase in this show is significant, and the government is showing very strong priorities for Norway’s agriculture and food production, says the state’s chief negotiator, Chief Operating Officer Phil Soeland, at the NRK live press conference.

She believes that the exceptional situation means that the state’s supply is strong, with large amounts of money in the budget and price increases target.

– The government believes this is necessary to contribute to the security of Norwegian food production and self-sufficiency in the event of unpredictable markets and strong cost growth, says Søyland.

Farmers’ organizations refer to this year’s negotiations as a settlement of fate.

– Serious background. It’s a historic settlement, said Bjorn Gemming, the leader of the Norwegian Farmers’ Association when he made the demands.

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