Dairy Industry News
News published the December 19, 2011:
Intensive production holds key to feeding growing cities, but improvements in natural resource use and environmental performance are crucial
By 2050 an expanded world population will be consuming two thirds mo...
News published the November 2, 2010:
The SOMMET DE L'ELEVAGE is closing the door on its 19th edition which, like the sky over the Auvergne region, turned out to be sunny with the odd cloud and gust of wind. "This has been a good show" says Fabrice...
Sommet De L'Elevage
News published the August 24, 2010:
Montreal, Canada- Lallemand Animal Nutrition has announced that it has acquired Agrig8 Pty Limited, one of Australia's leading distributors of forage inoculants and silage systems, effective 30 June 2010.Agrig8...
Lallemand Animal Nutrition
News published the May 13, 2010:
1,200 exhibitors, 1,900 animals and 76,000 visitors are expected in Clermont-Ferrand (France) next 6, 7 and 8 October, when the 19th Sommet de l'Elevage opens its doors to French and international lives...
News published the November 18, 2009:
By Chris TEO
Almost a year has passed since the eruption of the melamine-tainted milk scandal that still reverberates across the globe; China's dairy industry is recovering steadily, albeit under a large curre...
News published the November 10, 2009:
Success was certainly not a foregone conclusion: continue to further professionalization the event with a change in opening days, in a particularly tough economic climate, while pioneering the use of a concert ...
Sommet de L'Elevage
News published the September 23, 2009:
ROCK SPRINGS, WISC. - International Protein Sires bolstered their sire lineup with three impressive new sire releases as the result of the August sire summaries. "In the sporting world you would call this...
News published the May 27, 2009:
The lactic acid bacteria in cheese made from unpasteurised milk can reduce the growth of the harmful bacteria that may occur in these cheeses.
Norsk Gardsost and Nofima Mat are working on a project to find out...
News published the May 6, 2009:
A Purdue University study shows dairy has an advantage over calcium carbonate in promoting bone growth and strength.
Connie Weaver, distinguished professor and head of the food and nutrition department, found ...
Purdue University news
News published the April 13, 2009:
We have a number of terms and numbers thrown at us, especially in financially distressed times like now. Milk/feed ratio, income over feed cost, breakeven, variable costs, and fixed costs, are a few terms...
University of Minnesota Dairy Extension