FAST FIVE: Dutch Farmers Livid Over EU's 'Green' Nitrogen Rule Block Border Between Holland And Germany

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The farmers, who plan to protest at many of the nation's airports, specifically mentioned Schiphol and Eindhoven.

The Netherlands is the world's fifth-largest exporter of food, exceeded only by the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, and China, according to World Bank statistics.

He said the expenses of running his own operation have tripled, driven in large part by significantly increased fertilizer costs.

In recent days, protesters have targeted the homes of Dutch government officials, including Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Nitrogen Minister van der Wal.

AP also reports that Dutch police say they arrested 10 people on June 28 in connection with the protests.

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