TheDairySite.com - news, features, articles and disease information for the dairy industry

TheDairySite Latest News

18 June 2019
View news from Philippines Japanese Dairy Firm to Set Up Sales in Philippines
PHILIPPINES - Dairy product trader Lacto Japan Co. is foraying into the Philippines to meet growing dairy demand there....
View news from Sri Lanka SL Dairy Cattle Imported from Australia in 2017 Afflicted with BVD
SRI LANKA - In a bid to boost the local dairy industry, the government had imported over 20,000 high-yielding milch cows from Australia in 2017, but most of them were found afflicted with Bovine Viral Diarrhea (BVD), it was revealed yesterday at the Presidential...
View news from Global Potential Impacts of ASF on Dairy
GLOBAL - As the world’s largest pork producer China accounts for around 50 percent of pork production globally....
View news from Switzerland Rinsing System in Stomach Protects Teeth of Ruminants
SWITZERLAND - "Field-grazing animals always eat some earth and dust along with the plants," says Jean-Michel Hatt, professor at the Clinic for Zoo Animals, Exotic Pets and Wildlife. ...
17 June 2019
View news from Armenia First Smart Cattle-breeding Farm Opens in Stepanavan
ARMENIA - The first smart cattle-breeding farm opened today in Stepanavan, in Armenian province of Lori. The opening ceremony was attended by Deputy Minister of Economy Artak Kamalyan....
View news from Rwanda Farmers in East Encouraged to Adopt Jersey Cattle Breed
RWANDA - Jersey cattle adapt well to various climates and production systems compared to other high producing exotic cattle, Dr Solange Uwituze, the Deputy Director General of Animal Research and Technology Transfer at Rwanda Agriculture Board (RAB) has...
View news from Malaysia Govt Moves to Increase Local Dairy Production
MALAYSIA - Three dairy valleys will be built in Perak and Selangor by the end of the year to increase the local production of dairy produce and reduce imports....
View news from New Zealand Hollywood Director Hits Out at NZ Meat, Dairy Industries
NEW ZEALAND - James Cameron says New Zealand "isn't living up to its own image of itself" because of the country's meat and dairy industries, which he claims damage the environment....
View news from Japan Dairy Farm Numbers Fall 60% in 20 Years
JAPAN - The number of dairy farming households nationwide has dropped almost 60 percent in the last 20 years, according to Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ministry data....
View news from Global New AI Tool Predicts Quantity of Milk Produced by 1.5m Cows
EUROPE - Arla Foods has developed a new artificial intelligence tool to better predict their milk intake from farmer-owners. This means that 200 million kilos of milk can now be utilised better each year making Arla’s value chain even more sustainable....
14 June 2019
View news from Myanmar Cattle Pens Needed to Lower Costs for China Overland Trade
MYANMAR - The government should set up suitable holding pens for cattle on the Myanmar side that will help lower the costs of transportation for the overland cross-border trade with China....
View news from Armenia Armenian Govt to Help Build Smart Cattle-breeding Farms
ARMENIA - In early April the government of Armenia approved an assistance program for construction, reconstruction and technological re-equipment of small and medium-sized "smart cattle-breeding farms"....
View news from United States USDA Announces Kansas City Region as New NIFA, ERS Site; NFU Disappointed by Lack of Transparency and Public Input
US - Ten months after introducing a plan to relocate and reorganise two major agricultural research agencies, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) yesterday announced that it will move the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) and the Economic...
13 June 2019
View news from United States CME: Feeder Cattle Trade Volumes Ebbing in May
US - According to Steiner Consulting Group, DLR Division, Inc., the tide of feeder cattle trade volumes during May was ebbing following high marks in April....
View news from New Zealand NZ Dairy Industry to Invest $25.7m to Improve National Herd
NEW ZEALAND - New Zealand's dairy industry is investing $25.7 million in an innovation project to produce better cows....
View news from Rwanda Dairy Farmers Get Rwf1b Equipment
RWANDA - The process of handling and transporting milk from farms across the country to collection centres and processing firms is set to improve after dairy farmers received equipment worth $1.3 million (Rwf1.1 billion)....
View news from United Kingdom New Independent Climate Change Inquiry in Scotland to Map Positive Path for Farming, Food Production
SCOTLAND, UK - A new Independent Climate Change Inquiry is to explore how a low carbon landscape can support a bright future for farming and food. ...
12 June 2019
View news from Morocco Tunisian Dairy Firm to Build Plant in Morocco
MOROCCO - Tunisian dairy manufacturer Land’Or seeks to expand its presence by building a new plant in Morocco....
View news from New Zealand Live Cattle Exports Drop as Govt Reviews Trade
NEW ZEALAND - A 25 per cent drop in live exports of breeding cattle in the last five years means a possible ban won't have a big impact on farmers, says an agricultural company involved in the trade. ...
View news from Germany More Research Required on New Pathogens in Beef, Cow's Milk Products
GERMANY - According to the DKFZ, research has been carried out on cow's milk, cow's milk products and the blood serum of healthy cattle....
11 June 2019
View news from United States CME: Cattle Futures Hit Hard Again in W23/2019
US - Steiner Consulting Group, DLR Division, Inc. reports that cattle futures were hit hard again last week....
View news from India Mother Dairy Joins Hands with DTC to Set Up Kiosks
INDIA - Leading milk supplier Mother Dairy on Tuesday announced partnership with Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to set up 31 kiosks at latter's bus depots, terminals and housing colonies as part of its efforts to expand presence in the National Capital...
View news from Jamaica Dairy Farmers Encouraged to Prepare for Industry Turnaround
JAMAICA - Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw is encouraging small dairy farmers to get ready for a turnaround of the industry....
View news from New Zealand Stats NZ Reports Large Rise in Meat, Dairy Manufacturing
NEW ZEALAND - The largest rise for five years in volumes of meat and dairy products drove manufacturing up for the second quarter in a row, Stats NZ said....
View news from Ireland IFA: Co-ops Unfairly Cautious When Higher Milk Prices Justified for May Milk
IRELAND - Speaking only days before the first co-ops decide their May milk prices, IFA National Dairy Chairman Tom Phelan yesterday said that a price increase of at least 1c/l was justified in most cases, especially for those co-ops which have been paying...
10 June 2019
View news from New Zealand Government Fails on Dairy, Climate Again, Says Greenpeace
NEW ZEALAND - The Government has announced changes to the national dairy industry regulations (DIRA) but has kept a controversial legal requirement on Fonterra to pick up milk from new dairy conversions, angering Greenpeace....
View news from Zimbabwe Govt to Bring in New Dairy Investors
ZIMBABWE - Government says it is in negotiation with a consortium of local and international dairy investors with a view of concluding a deal that could see the country augmenting current production which is in excess of 65 million litres....
07 June 2019
View news from New Zealand Fonterra Reacts to Outcome of Govt’s DIRA Review
NEW ZEALAND - Fonterra acknowledges the outcome of the Government’s review into the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act (DIRA). The proposed changes announced by the Government will bring some improvements to the sector, but it also represents a missed...
 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10 

News By Advertiser

News By Country

News By Category

News By Sub-Category


Partners


Seasonal Picks

Cattle Lameness and Hoofcare 3rd Edition