IFCN World Dairy Map 2023 is aimed equally at dairy analysts – juniors and seniors, students and professors, milk experts and amateurs.
Data isn’t merely about numbers; it’s a wellspring of growth, innovation, and the security of dairy farming’s future. It’s a testament to the remarkable possibilities at the intersection of technology and agriculture, guiding us towards a brighter, more productive dairy industry.
Building on IFCN’s project work in developing markets, we would like to bridge the big picture of the dairy market with the realities on the ground. With the IFCN Dairy Forum, we would like to open the topic to the public and expand the discussion. We are looking to answer questions like: What can successful dairy strategies look like? How can feasibility and progress be defined and how will it be measured?
Big announcement! 20 Years of IFCN Supporter Conference. Our annual network meeting will take place this year in Netanya, Israel.
Let‘s reflect on the key drivers of dairy farming and dairy farmers. About policies to support young farmers, decision factors and expectations of the next generation, succession models and legislation, as well as general criteria for the future design of dairy farms.
Following the spike in inflation, global events are unfolding that put the world as we know it into question. IFCN would like to explore if dairy is indeed facing a new reality. As both the milk price and farm input costs continue to soar, how can the impact on dairy farm economics be measured?
We invite you to join us at the 2021 IFCN Supporter Conference “Digital Dairy: How to design the future dairy world?” on 15th of September 2021. Explore together with us how digitalization can solve the main challenges of dairy industry.
IFCN World Dairy Map 2021 is aimed equally at dairy analysts – juniors and seniors, students and professors, milk experts and amateurs.
Carbon dioxide levels in the air are at their highest level in 650,000 years and we have seen 19 of the warmest years since 2000. This is relevant for dairy farming because …
Over 330 people joined our event 1st Dec. on the Top 20 Dairy Processor Report 2020 and we highly appreciate their contribution to People, Planet and Profit.