Turkey's red meat association has ordered a number of prize-winning Dutch cattle to be returned to the Netherlands, claiming it no longer wants to farm the cows due to the growing diplomatic crisis between the countries. Bulent Tunc, the head of the Turkish Association of Red Meat Producers, told Turkish media that 40 Holstein Friesian cattle had already been shipped back to the Netherlands. Tunc told Anadolu, "In the future we do not want animal products from Holland. The first batch of Holsteins have been loaded and we will send them back." Last week, Turkish ministers in the Netherlands were banned from holding rallies to back constitutional changes expanding Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s powers. In response, Turkey has suspended high-level relations with The Netherlands and blocked its ambassador from returning to his post, as well as claiming that economic sanctions could be imposed against the Netherlands — a key trade partner and investor.