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VIDEO. Sheep farmer and his flock occupy busy job for more subsidies: We're going to this all day, until we have certainty
Houthalen-Helchteren sheep farmer Johan Schouteden from Helchteren and some colleagues, came Friday morning on the street with three hundred sheep. They do not accept that private sheep farms up to 80 percent of the costs back that they have to spend on measures against the wolf. “And we get only 15% back. The world upside down”, sounds the.

about 9 o'clock Friday morning, pulled Johan Schouteden of the Sonnishoeve in the direction of a large meadow about 3 miles away in Linde Peer. Normally, he takes the small dirt roads through Friday but he chose an alternative route: a busy regional road in the direction of Oudsbergen. In no time there was a long file, especially with a lot of kijklustige directors that their gsm bovenhaalden.

But Johan is angry and not to speak about the measures that the government recently announced. There was proudly told that the schapenboeren 80 percent of their action against the wolf would recover. That's going to be big fences to provide extra power to the wolf to keep away. “But sheep farms with a landbouwnummer now fall out of the boat,” he says. “We need to VLIF-conditions, which concretely means that we only get 15 percent back. The hobbyboer do 80 percent back. The world on its head, because the are just, that we are the heaviest expense.”

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