Sardinians dairy farmers criticism low divert prices in downtown Rome, Italy, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019. (Giuseppe Lami/ANSA around AP)
ROME – Shepherds have been pouring divert on highways and city streets on a Italian island of Sardinia to criticism prices paid by cheesemakers for their milk.
On a fifth true day of protests, a shepherds were assimilated on Tuesday by students in a impetus in Nuoro, Sardinia, where shopkeepers close stores in solidarity. The shepherds poured divert from vast canisters onto streets.
To foster their cause, Sardinian shepherds gave divided chunks of salty, hard, pecorino cheese in a block nearby Parliament in a Italian capital.
The shepherds contend large cheese-makers have banded together to compensate low prices for sheep and goat milk.
In Rome, Interior Minister Matteo Salvini met with a commission of shepherds and betrothed them a “solution” this week. Premier Giuseppe Conte has met formerly with dairy farmers.