The American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) has announced that registration is open for the ADSA 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting, which will take place from 22-24 June 2020.
The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers has summarised the UK government’s guidelines for working safely during Covid-19 into nine key steps for dairy farmers.
Ammerland dairy in Germany has had successful development in recent years. Last year, sales increased by around €82 million or 8.9%, to €998.6 million.
The coronavirus pandemic and its impact on international travel have forced the European Dairy Association to change the annual conference from a physical gathering in Madrid to a video conference on 20 November.
#MilkYourMoments encourages people to share their special moments of personal connection through their love of milk and great tasting dairy products, particularly in these challenging times.
Dairy-producing countries in the Americas are calling on the EU to avoid the intervention practices with SMP and butter that have harmed them and the broader global dairy market in the past, the US Dairy Export Council says.
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales has backed the recent campaign calling for the public to support small cheese makers during the Covid-19 crisis.
I realise many of you have had a longer lockdown than the UK, and have emerged to a new world where we all wear face masks and observe social distancing. We watch with hope as those of you wander out into the new world in whatever country you’re in, and try to make this new way of moving about work.
Consumers are reportedly buying more Müller Corner yogurts during the UK Government’s Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
Eligible dairy farmers will be entitled to up to £10,000 each, to cover 70% of their lost income during April and May to ensure they can continue to operate and sustain production capacity.