"If we don't have farmers anymore who can produce our food, then financially it's going to be a problem. Everything is getting more expensive and so will food, and we will become dependent of other nations" one man told The Post Millennial's Katie Daviscourt.
Farmers in the Netherlands are staging mass protests and slow roll convoys across the country to protest the imposition of Dutch MP Mark Rutte's nitrogen emissions targets.
The targets may see farmers forced to cut fertilizer use, abandon land and cull livestock by 30-40%.
Daviscourt and the Rebel News team of Lewis Brackpool and Lincoln Jay caught up with a tractor convoy rolling through the town of Marum, in Friesland, in the North of Holland.
The Dutch public has widely supported the farmers in their fight against the government.
The Dutch mainstream media are more concerned with covering the foreign journalists sent to cover the protests than with the actual protests and the farmer uprising.
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