As you can see we are not starving. The farm is perfectly fine.
Very well then. I will alert the newspaper, that Animal farm is Prospering-not starving.
Oh, comrades, comrades, you must understand the importance of the eggs.
The hens must surrender 400 eggs, in order for the farm to survive.
Winter has arrived, and already the animals have started the rebuilding of the windmill. They decided to build the wall three times thicker, just to be on the safer side. But although Squealer tried to encourage the animals, Boxer's never-ending cry of "I will work harder," always gave the animals encouragement. Much more than Squealer could ever give.
Stop! Stop! you shall all be punished
The winter season is a harsh one, and starvation seems very close. The outside world is starting to get suspicious. To cover up, and make sure that the word does not get out, Napoleon gets the troughs, filled with sand, and then a little bit of food, on top. Then he fools Mr. Whymper without letting the word out.
Comrades! Comrades! Napoleon knows best
Make sure that the hens don't eat a single grain of food until they surrender their eggs. I Napoleon will stop you!
Stay away from our eggs, you filthy animals.
Comrades! Comrades! We have found some terrible news.
During the middle of the harsh winter, the food supplies start to shorten even more, so the hens must surrender 400 of their eggs, for the rest of the animals to survive, and for the farm to keep going. The eggs refuse to give away their eggs, and won't allow it.