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  • Growing-up Milk Market Demand, Scope, Future Expectations, Market overview by 2024

    According to a recent report published by Fast.MR , titled, Global Growing-up Milk Market 2018: Market Size, Trends, Opportunity, Forecast 2018-2024, the global growing-up milk market accounted for USD 20,400.7 Million in 2018 and is estimated to ...


    By Fast.MR

  • Knockrivoch Farm Customer Story

    Dougie Hogarth from Knockrivoch Farm in Ayrshire, Scotland installed the ADF System in January 2018. “We initially installed ADF to be a milking time and labour saving tool, which has certainly happened. Our SCC and rates of mastitis have also improved since the ADF went in. SCC is at 70 and mastitis rate is 11/100 cows. The real surprise has been the efficiency of the ADF and chemical ...


    By ADF Milking Ltd

  • New product developments and trends of Camel Milk Market during 2018-2024

    As per the research conducted by Fast. MR, the report titled “ Camel Milk Market- By Product (Fresh Camel Milk and Frozen Camel Milk), By Packaging (Bottles, Cartons, Cans and Jar), By Application (Household, Food & Beverage Industry, Dietary Supplements, Cosmetics & Personal Care, Others), By Nature (Organic and Conventional) ...


    By Fast.MR

  • Why breastfeeding is eco-friendly

    The boons of breastfeeding are many and varied. Not only does breast milk contain all of the nutrients which a young baby requires in order to promote healthy growth, but they also arrive in the ideal quantities to do so and are more easily digestible, reducing gassiness and constipation. But aside from these obvious health benefits, there may be a more utilitarian reason to dispense with ...

  • Agricultural Robots Market Size, Trends, Opportunities & Forecast till 2024

    According to a recent report published by Fast Market Research, titled, Global Agricultural Robots Market 2018: Market Size, Market Volume, Trends, Opportunity, Forecast 2018-2024, the global agricultural robots market accounted for USD XX Million in 2018 and is estimated to reach USD 16,182.9 Million by 2024. Moreover, it is anticipated to flourish at a CAGR of 20.8% during ...


    By Fast.MR

  • Don’t let poor parlour hygiene ruin the quality of your milk

    Every dairy farmer knows the importance of keeping their milking parlour clean and hygienic to prevent mastitis cases and improve milk quality. However, you may not be aware of just how many factors come into play in order to keep parlour hygiene at its best. Issues with high somatic cell count (SCC) or mastitis can cost farmers time and money to fix, not to mention milk quality and quantity ...


    By ADF Milking Ltd

  • Australian milk production in 2018-19 season confirmed

    Australian milk production in the 2018-19 season (ending 30 June 2019) was 8.8 billion litres, down 5.7 per cent from 9.3 billion litres the previous year. This is a significant revision up from Dairy Australia’s previous estimate that national milk production would fall between 7 to 9 per cent to 8.45 to 8.65 billion litres. Total milk production for 2018-19 is confirmed along with the ...


    By Dairy Australia

  • When did you last service your ADF System?

    The investment you have put into your ADF Milking System is at the heart of your milking operation and reliability is essential. Like any machinery operating in demanding conditions, maintenance and servicing is recommended to keep everything in the best working condition. Having your ADF Milking System regularly serviced by a trained technician can help to save you money. Our ADF Milking ...


    By ADF Milking Ltd

  • Three Farms Near Underwood in Spotlight at Lake Agassiz Festival

    View three family friendly farms in the Underwood area as SFA Lake Agassiz Chapter hosts Festival of Farms from 1 to 4 p.m. Sat., July 13, starting at The Stout Farm, 31755 County Hwy 1, Underwood. The Stout Farm produces items not easily available in the grocery store – lamb, duck, geese, and wool. This tour will focus on fencing, feed, housing, and marketing those animals as well as ...

  • Since 2001 one celebrates World Milk day, and curiously since a year before began to descend the consumption of milk in Spain.

    However, experts recommend continuing to drink cow’s milk for its nutritional properties. The recommended rations are between two and three a day in the form of milk, yogurt, cheese, etc. Professional nutritionists maintain the importance of milk and dairy consumption in order to achieve a healthy and level diet. Milk is a great source of calcium that is easily absorbed by our organism. It ...


    By J. Delgado, S.A.

  • Auchmeddan Farm Customer Story

    Jim Struthers from Auchmeddan Farm in Lanarkshire, Scotland, tells us why he loves the ADF System. “Since ADF has gone in it has knocked ½ an hour off our milking times which is brilliant. The parlour is much more efficient and cow flow is now the best it can be. The best thing is the positive financial benefit it has brought to my business by reducing rates of mastitis. There is no ...


    By ADF Milking Ltd

  • Fen Farm Dairy Customer Story

    One of our customers Fen Farm Dairy in Bungay, Suffolk are best known for their award-winning raw milk Brie-style cheese, Baron Bigod. (It’s actually the cheese that we offer visitors to our exhibition stands at the events we attend). Having said this, they do a lot more than just cheese, with their Bungay Raw Cultured Butter and Raw Milk being hugely popular with their customers also. Fen ...


    By ADF Milking Ltd

  • Norfolk based Mill Dairy Service is an ADF Dealer

    Mill Dairy Service is a Norfolk based, family run business that has been established for over 30 years. They provide a variety of dairy industry products to their customers. They also offer a full, 24 hour breakdown service for all of their products and specialise in the installation, service and maintenance all types of milking ...


    By ADF Milking Ltd

  • Milk Production Process: Pledge to Cut Emissions from Dairy Farms

    Interest in the increasing carbon footprint of the dairy industry has grown considerably over the past few years and growing greenhouse gas emissions from the milk production process are a contributing factor. A number of greenhouse gases (GHG) are produced from fertiliser production through to consumption and disposal of packaging. Methane is produced as a direct emission from cows and carbon ...

  • Price rise for discounted milk lines

    Woolworths led the move in February and was followed by Coles committing to raise the price of its discount milk lines by 10 cents to $1.10 per litre, with the entire price increase going back to the farm gate. ...


    By Dairy News Australia

  • Automated milking systems explained

    Milking Edge is a three-year project to develop a training program, resources and networks to support farmers to consider, invest and operate Automatic Milking Systems. The project is run by the NSW Department of Primary Industries in collaboration with Dairy Australia and DeLaval. ...


    By Dairy News Australia

  • Dairy farmers score game changing victory in discount milk war

    AUSTRALIAN Dairy Farmers (ADF) has secured a major victory in the fight against discount dairy products with Woolworths today agreeing to raise the price of its $1 per litre milk brand to $1.10, with the extra 10 cents to go directly back to farmers. ADF and Woolworths have engaged in constructive discussions over recent months around the damage wrought on the dairy industry by $1 milk and other ...

  • Final Report: yummex Middle East 2018 convinces as the leading innovation and trend platform for the MENA region

    More than 50 new exhibitors from abroad - Numerous new products focus the trends of the region - Exhibitors are convinced by the high quality of visitors yummex Middle East (ME) has once again impressively demonstrated its position in the top three of the world's most important trade fairs for sweets and snacks. It is the most important international event of the industry for the growth markets ...


    By Koelnmesse

  • Market for Grassland Equipment finds balance

    Brussels/Grieskirchen, 19 October 2018 – Manufacturers of grassland equipment look back on a very positive market in the year 2017/2018. Due to positive developments in the prices for milk products, dairy farmers and contractors invested in their equipment. The increase of roughly 12 % was unexpected and was a challenge for the manufacturers, especially as suppliers struggled to cope ...

  • The plant extracts for feed additives

    Application of Plant Extracts for Feed Additives: ...


    By Foreverest Resources Ltd.

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