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Weird News Agriculture: For Denormandy "The remuneration is at the heart of the renewal of generations"

22:50  16 may  2021
22:50  16 may  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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Invité dimanche soir d'Europe 1, le ministre de l'Agriculture Julien Denormandie a reconnu le manque d'attractivité du secteur agricole. Il estime qu'une revalorisation des rémunérations permettra d'attirer de nouvelles recrues vers ces métiers, souvent difficiles. © Europe 1 Guest Sunday evening of Europe 1, the Minister of Agriculture Julien Denormandie acknowledged the lack of attractiveness of the agricultural sector. It considers that a revaluation of remuneration will attract new recruits to these often difficult trades.

Agriculture is becoming an aging profession: in 2019, more than half of the farmers in France were 50 years of age or older, according to INSEE figures. And for three retirements, there are only two facilities. This situation raises the question of renewal of the profession. For the Minister of Agriculture, Julien Denormandie, the remuneration is a key issue to render the farm trades, and more overall food, all their attractiveness.

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"Our farmers do not earn their lives quite well. They can not value their products sufficiently. The subject of remuneration is at the heart of the challenge of renewal of generations," he explained Sunday, at the microphone from Europe evening. It ensures that the government is fighting "so that quality can be paid up to what it gives us, from an environmental or nutritional point of view."

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a job, a vocation

but the minister also concedes that the difficulties of the profession, unconcillable with holidays, and whose hours are often ungrateful, acts too Like a pusher: "It's a job where we work hard, where we are resting little," he says. "But passion allows us to cope with the difficulty of the profession," he adds. "Today, agriculture is a job of passion. These are passions of everyday life, projects for tomorrow ... it is the passion to feed the people of France!", Does he want to argue?

Julien Denormandie also ensures that it is a sector of the future, in full revolution with the development of new practices, more respectful of animals and the environment: "This is a job that recruits but not enough . I say it to all the youth of France: they are [...] occupational trades, with an incredible mission, deeply innovative trades. "

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