The proud look, the smiling face, they are dozens of farmers to make procession in the village of Olsztynek to celebrate the end of the harvest. Dressed in colorful fabrics, adorned with floral brooches, or equipped with hay pitchforks, they advance to the rhythm of popular songs and accordion.
Under this summer sun, they parade in front of hundreds of spectators who have come to this harvest festival. Anna, wearing a vegetal ribbon, participates in the contest for the most beautiful craft creation. This forty-year-old owns with her husband a wheat farm of more than 200 hectares. If she feasts on this sacred day for Polish agriculture, she admits to having lived a particularly trying year. "The massive influx of Ukrainian wheat has caused prices to plummet, while inputs and plant protection products have remained very expensive..."
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The crowd makes its way through the dozens of stalls of local products - honey, cold cuts, jam, traditional bread ...
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