IFCN Webinar

“What are key milk supply challenges?”, “How is the ongoing international logistics nightmare impacting global dairy trade?”, “What is the number of dairy farms?” – these are just some of the questions you sent us while registering for the next free & public webinar – for non-partners – on April 15th!

During our two sessions dairy farmers are put in the focus. The farm economic situation is impacting farmers’ decisions and it is driving structural changes in the dairy sector.

By connecting IFCN Dairy Data and Knowledge IFCN Experts will highlight the dairy farm economics and its impact on the farm structure. Having in mind situation on the farm, our experts will also share with you what are short- and long-term perspectives for dairy.

You will have the opportunity to directly address our dairy experts in a Q&A session.

Please note:
While participation is free, online registration is required. Remember to submit your questions in the comment box!

We look forward to welcoming you – online April 15th at 10am & 4 pm!

Register right now!

Date & Time

Date: Thursday, 15 of April 2021

Time:
Session 1 – 10 AM CET
Session 2 – 4 PM CET

Duration: 45 minutes + Q&A

You will have the opportunity to directly address our dairy experts in a Q&A session!

Agenda

Dairy Farm Economics and its impact on the Farm Structure

Milk and Feed Price developments and how these affect the Milk Production

Long term perspective of the Dairy

Q&A session

Presenters

Philipp Goetz

Philipp Goetz

Lead Product Development

Ilkin Huseynov

Ilkin Huseynov

Sales & Data Manager

Milica Kocić

Milica Kocić

Dairy Economist

Highlights from Webinar #1

In the first Public event of 2021 we had a great pleasure to host more than 120 dairy people from more than 80 dairy related companies, organizations, and institutions.
Together we connected top level dairy data and knowledge to discuss the question: “Is 2020 really behind us?”.

During the webinar IFCN experts wrapped up 2020, presented the current situation in the dairy world and gave a short-term outlook.