Canadian government forcing dairy farmers to DUMP MILK because regulatory quotas only allow so much to be produced, sold
By Ethan Huff // Aug 27, 2023

An employee at a major dairy farm in southern Ontario (Canada) has come forward to tell the public that the regime of Justin Trudeau is forcing the company to dump countless gallons of fresh milk once a certain quota is reached – this despite the fact that milk now costs an arm and a leg in Canada due to runaway inflation.

In the video below, the man explains how in wintertime there is much more milk to be had from the farm's dairy cows because the feed is very consistent that time of year. One would think that this would be great for the market, allowing more milk to be sold, thus lowering the prices for consumers.

This is not what is happening, though. Thanks to caps imposed by the Trudeau regime on milk production, dairy farms like the one depicted below are having to dump all that extra milk straight down the drain rather than sell it to hungry families.

"If you do a good job, you will produce quite a bit of milk," the man states about how it works. "But right now, we're over our quota. It's regulated by the government and the DFO (Fisheries and Oceans Canada).

(Related: Did you know that Canada has earmarked millions of dollars to push "vaccine passports" well through the year 2026?)

People are starving and governments are forcing farmers to throw away perfectly good food

An immigrant from Europe, the man further states that despite numerous attempts to get the Canadian government to stop forcing dairy farms to dump "extra" milk, virtually no progress has been made because the bureaucrats have made their decision and are sticking to it.

"What the problem is, is that they don't understand that millions of people – look at this milk running away – if it's the end of the month, I dump 30,000 liters of milk and it breaks my heart," the man states.

"By the way, this here, Canadian milk, that's $7 a liter. When I go for my haircut, people say 'wow, $7, Jerry, for a little bit of milk.' I say, 'well, you have to go higher up because we have no say anymore as a dairy farmer on our own farm because they make us dump it.'"

The man concluded his video by stating that no matter how many times he and other farmers try to stand up against the Trudeau regime, nothing is ever done to stop this disgustingly wasteful practice.

"This time I'm going public because I want the people to see the pain that us growers have of 365 days – there's a little boy who grew up on a dairy farm, and came from Europe, work, work, work, and here we are – this is what's happening."

In the comments, someone speculated that perhaps the man in the video has put himself and the farm in question in danger by coming forward like this to tell the ugly truth about what is going on with our neighbors to the north.

"Now watch, mysteriously cows will go missing or his pumps will no longer work since he put this out," this person imagined.

The only place more tyrannical than the United States when it comes to food freedom is perhaps Canada. Learn more at Tyranny.news.

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