Dairy Equipment News

  • Campylobacter and Campylobacteriosis Discussed in New Video

    Today, the IAQ Video Network and Cochrane & Associates announced the release of their latest educational video.  Their newest production shares information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about the spiral-shaped bacteria called Campylobacter and the infectious disease known as campylobacteriosis.  ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Dairy farmers of America and Vanguard renewables announce strategic alliance

    Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), a national farmer-owned dairy cooperative, and Vanguard Renewables, a Massachusetts-based renewable energy developer, announce a strategic partnership to help bring anaerobic digestion technology to more farms across the country.  While waste management and environmental sustainability are top priorities for dairy farmers today, renewable energy methods, like ...

  • Great day at MDK with a seminar for the local dairy farmers

    In connection with the upcoming product launch of the new and bigger Breeze Fan, we invited the local farmers to have a sneak peek and to hear more about heat stress and its effect on the cows. Industry manager for Dairy Gil Inbar shared his knowledge about heat stress and presented the results from a recent study that has been ...


    By Munters

  • Top Researchers Tackle Emerging “Dietary Patterns”

    National nutrition symposia explores some dietary patterns, including the role of dairy products in a healthy diet. Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) are happy to welcome leading academics and researchers this week to discuss the various ways we eat with a series of cross-Canada symposia entitled “Making sense of dietary patterns”. Dietary Patterns describe the variety or ...

  • New tool opens world of climate finance to dairy sector

    The dairy sector will soon be able to participate in international carbon credit markets thanks to a new methodology that lets farmers and project designers reliably document how they are reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions - a step that will open up new sources of finance for the livestock industry and help promote investment in smallholder operations. FAO's new  ...

  • Dairy Farmers of Canada’s AGM closes with a continued commitment to strengthen the dairy industry for the next generation

    Prince Edward Island hosted dairy farmer delegates from across the country at the Dairy Farmers of Canada’s (DFC) annual general meeting on July 12th and 13th. Farmers participated in a series of dairy industry discussions and conference sessions, and reinforced their commitment to strengthen and grow Canada’s dairy industry for the next generation of dairy farmers and Canadians. ...

  • Leaders of the Canadian Dairy Farmers and Dairy Processing Industry conclude negotiations

    Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) and dairy processor associations are pleased to announce the successful conclusion of the negotiations started in 2015 by representatives of dairy farmers and processors to evolve the Canadian dairy system for the future. The agreement in principle will now be submitted to industry constituents for ratification. The national agreement includes the creation of an ...

  • IRMM-359: New CRM for bacterial enterotoxin A (SEA) in cheese

    The JRC has developed and released the first CRMs for testing whether a naturally-occurring toxin, enterotoxin A (SEA), is present in cheese. The new CRMs will improve the reliability of measuring SEA in cheese at sub nanogram/gram levels. This work was performed in close collaboration with the European Union Reference Laboratory (EURL) for Coagulase-Positive Staphylococci, hosted by the French ...

  • Dairy Farmers of Canada publicly launches its sustainability initiative

    Today, Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) hosted an event to highlight Canadian dairy farmers’ long standing commitment to high standards of care on their farms, through the public launch of the farmers’ sustainability initiative. Held at the Canadian Museum of Agriculture and Food, the event showcased the initiative’s interconnected national standards on milk quality, food ...

  • FAO food price index drops in December

    Prices of major food commodities declined for the fourth year in a row in 2015, averaging 19.1 percent below their previous-year's levels, as the dwindling global economy also triggered sharp price falls from metals to energy markets. FAO's Food Price Index averaged 164.1 points over 2015 and ended the year even lower, at ...

  • A New Deal For Dairy Farmers From Tesco

    The country’s dairy farmers have had a tough year so far. With milk prices dropping as global supply rises, the situation reached fever pitch towards the end of summer with demonstrations as dozens of farmers left the business. In addition, a number of supermarkets publicly sought to tackle their plight by pledging higher milk revenues with their equivalent of ‘fair trade’ milk ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Asda The Latest Supermarket to Pay Dairy Farmers More

    Following recent news that Morrison’s will be creating a distinct new milk brand which sees more money paid to dairy farmers, Asda is the latest UK supermarket to react to widespread pressure from the public to provide a fairer deal for dairy producers. According to The Guardian, as fresh milk sales are set to reach their lowest level by value in 8 years, the country’s third-largest ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Internet of Things – Improving Animal Welfare and Reducing Use of Water

    It’s been a buzz word for some time now; the internet of things (IoT), which sees the adoption of technologies including sensor-controlled rooms for growing lettuces, cows connected to the internet to improve milk, and even bees receiving a boost from automated heaters. A report by Beecham Research, as detailed in The Guardian, examines how the use of IoT has real potential to cut costs and ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • FAO Food Price Index hits lowest level in almost six years

    Prices for major food commodities in July hit their lowest average monthly level since September 2009 as sharp drops in the prices of dairy products and vegetable oils more than offset some increases for those of sugar and cereals. Meat prices, meanwhile, remained stable. The FAO Food Price Index averaged 164.6 points in July, down 1.0 per cent from June, and 19.4 percent from a year earlier. The ...

  • Safety net measures for dairy, fruit and vegetables to be extended

    Safety net measures for the European dairy, fruit and vegetables sectors will be extended into 2016. The European Commission is currently finalising the last details with a view to formally adopting the relevant legal decisions in the coming weeks as a matter of formality. The European Commission is aware of the challenges faced by European producers and to support them. For the fruit and ...


    By Europa Press Room

  • Experts exchange about the future of dairy production in Puy du Fou!

    End of April, over 100 of our partners and experts in dairy production gathered in Le Grand Parc du Puy du Fou in Vendée (France), for a very unique show! Lallemand Animal Nutrition organized a French-speaking symposium dedicated to: The New Challenges of Dairy Farming. The symposium focused on the key issues of modern dairy production: profitability, safety and sustainability. Zoom on ...


    By Lallemand Animal Nutrition

  • Ice pigging technology offers dairy industry significant savings

    New analysis published today by the Carbon Trust quantifies the benefits of introducing ‘ice pigging’, an innovative way of cleaning pipework using ice slurries, into commercial dairies to improve profitability and reduce environmental impact. The industry trials, funded by the Government’s Regional Growth Fund, were carried out at production facilities of Yeo Valley, a leading ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • End of milk quotas: `Opportunity to build a more confident and robust dairy sector`

    The amount of milk produced in the EU will for the first time in three decades be determined by market forces only after European milk quotas ended on 1 April. The quotas were introduced in 1984 when production outstripped demand with the aim of putting an end to Europe's "milk lakes and butter mountains". It is hoped that by scrapping the quotas, Europe's milk producers are able to supply ...


    By European Parliament

  • Vermeer Corporation announces executive leadership appointments

    Vermeer Corporation recently announced that Nathan Guess has been named Managing Director, Forage Solutions. The company also announced that in addition to his role as Chief Marketing Officer, Mark Core will now provide senior leadership to the forage segment as Executive Vice President of Forage and Lifecycle Solutions. Nathan Guess joins the Vermeer leadership team after having served nearly ...


    By Vermeer

  • Sino-Dutch Dairy Expertise Centre is launched ushering in new era of high-level dairy cooperation

    On December 2nd, the First Anniversary Celebration of the Sino-Dutch Dairy Development Centre (SDDDC) & the Launch Ceremony for the Dutch Dairy Expertise Centre was held in Beijing. At the event, a review of the work and achievements made over the past year was conducted. The Dutch Dairy Expertise Centre was also officially launched. This centre marks the further deepening of the Sino-Dutch ...

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