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20 September 2018
Dairy Factory to Bolster Tibet Economy
TIBET, CHINA - By the spring of 2019, people in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region will be able to buy locally branded dairy products produced at the region's largest and technologically advanced dairy factory....
Slowdown in World Milk Supply Growth
GLOBAL - Global supplies of milk continue to outpace last year, although growth has slowed in recent months....
IFA Challenges Retailers to Make Ploughing Pledge of Solidarity with Fresh Milk Producers
IRELAND - IFA National Liquid Milk Chairman John Finn challenged the retailers which have a strong presence at this year’s Ploughing Championship to show real solidarity with some of the farmers hardest hit by the fodder crisis this year by pledging...
US Beef Steak, Pork Sausages in Showcased Korea
SOUTH KOREA - US beef chuck eye roll steak and US pork sausages were highlighted by USMEF at a special "Picnic on the Bridge" event at the 2018 Seoul Food Festival in South Korea....
Pelwatte Dairy Commissions New Milk Powder Plant
SRI LANKA - Pelwatte Dairy Industries Limited, a local dairy manufacturer, expanded its operations by commissioning a brand new milk powder plant within its factory complex in Buttala....
19 September 2018
BMJ Study on Sugar Content of Yogurts: Dairy UK Response
UK - Yogurt contains the natural sugar lactose sometimes alongside added sugars, which are combined to give a ‘total sugar’ figure on food labels....
Mother Dairy Refuses to Cut Prices Despite Patanjali's Cheaper Packaged Cow Milk
INDIA - Unfazed by the introduction of cheaper packaged cow milk by new entrant Patanjali group, market leader Mother Dairy Monday said the company will not reduce prices to match competition....
17 September 2018
'High-yield' Farming Costs Environment Less Than Previously Thought
UK - Agriculture that appears to be more eco-friendly but uses more land may actually have greater environmental costs per unit of food than "high-yield" farming that uses less land, a new study has found....
Perth’s Nobu Serves World's Most Expensive Beef
AUSTRALIA - Diners with deep pockets are happily forking out for the world’s most expensive beef at Nobu at Crown Perth....
14 September 2018
Conservation Dairy Farming Could Help Pennsylvania Meet Chesapeake Target
US - If the majority of dairy farms in Pennsylvania fully adopt conservation best-management practices, the state may be able to achieve its total maximum daily load water-quality target for the Chesapeake Bay, according to researchers....
NZ Sheep, Beef Farm Profits Forecast to Slip
NEW ZEALAND - New Zealand sheep and beef farm profits are expected to decline in the coming year as higher spending outweighs a lift in revenue from the products they sell....
Dairy UK Responds to the Publication of Agri Bill
UK - The UK Government issued the "Agriculture Bill 2017-19" on 12 September. The Agriculture Bill is a public bill presented to Parliament by the Government....
IFA: Where is the Solidarity from Dairies, Retailers for Fodder, Cash Poor Liquid Milk Producers?
IRELAND - Producer groups supplying contracted fresh milk for the retail trade are about to start their winter price negotiations with their dairies. ...
13 September 2018
New Programme Aims to Cut Costs, Increase Profits
UK - Over 70 farmers and industry representatives attended the recent launch of AHDB’s first Strategic Dairy Farm in Scotland....
12 September 2018
First Shipment of Irish Beef Docks in China
CHINA - Earlier this year, Ireland became the first major European beef exporting country to be approved by China, and already has six plants approved for beef exports to the mainland. On 11 September, the first container of Irish beef to arrive by sea...
New Tool Developed to Help Dairy Farmers Proactively Manage Mastitis
UK - A new tool to help dairy farmers make better decision about mastitis management in their herds has been launched today, at UK Dairy Day. ...
Arla Foods Responds to Post-Brexit Policy for New Agri Bill
UK - Today, Rt Hon Michael Gove MP. Secretary of State for Food, Environment & Rural Affairs has set out his post-Brexit policy for a new Agricultural Bill in the UK....
Fiji Cattle Under Threat of TB
FIJI - Cattle being exposed to tuberculosis are becoming a threat to farmers such as Vijay Nand....
11 September 2018
Govt Direction on Transmission May be Needed for Dairy
NEW ZEALAND - Government intervention in transmission will probably be required if the country is serious about electrifying dairy processing to reduce the country’s carbon emissions, Babbage Consultants associate Richard Stretton says....
Official Opening of Vion's New Cattle Slaughterhouse in Waldkraiburg
GERMANY - On Saturday (8 September), Vion's COO Bernd Stange welcomed guests from politics, society, agriculture and customers of the company to the official opening of the most modern beef production location of Vion in Waldkraiburg....
IFA: Dairy Farmers Need Higher Milk Prices to Fund Purchases, Sustain Milk Supplies
IRELAND - Speaking after this week’s IFA National Dairy Committee meeting, Chairman Tom Phelan said representatives from all around the country were vocal and frustrated: dairy farmers’ backs are to the wall, and only higher milk prices – starting...
Fonterra Sets Up Green Farming Program
CHINA - Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd, a global dairy exporter and manufacturer from New Zealand, has developed a green program to strengthen sustainable farming in the Chinese animal husbandry industry....
Do Milky Drinks Hold Key to Increased Milk Consumption?
UK - At-home consumption of milk is in an interesting situation: sales of milk are increasing, and yet the number of occasions in which milk is consumed in-home has gone down roughly 5 per cent since 2015, according to Kantar Worldpanel in-home usage...
10 September 2018
CME: July Another Successful Month for Beef, Veal Exports
US - July was another successful beef and veal export month, adding 17 per cent to July 2017’s export number and is the 6th month out of 7 posting double digit percentage volume gains in 2018, reports Steiner Consulting Group, DLR Division, Inc....
US Red Meat Export Volumes Strong in July
US - July exports of US pork and beef were higher than a year ago, according to data released by USDA and compiled by USMEF. Export value results were mixed, with beef exports posting another near-record month while pork export value declined, reflecting...
EU Trade Talks with Mercosur Have No Credibility, Says IFA
EU - With EU Commission officials in Montevideo in Uruguay this week to reconvene the Mercosur trade talks, IFA President Joe Healy said the time has come for EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan to put his foot down and tell Trade Commissioner Malmstrom...
Fonterra to Triple Consumer Dairy Product Sales in China
CHINA - New Zealand's Fonterra, the world's biggest dairy exporter, is planning to triple its consumer brand Anchor's sales in China, including ultra-high temperature and pasteurized milk, to further consolidate its market position, a top company official...
Iran's Frozen Beef Imports Up by 7%
IRAN - Latest statistics from the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) show that 42,925 tons of frozen beef, valued at about $183.184 million, were imported in the the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year, indicating...
 
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