What are the latest & future developments in the dairy market? Where is the starting point for the dairy in the future and its sustainability? What are the key drivers of the milk price?
The two-day event was a great success and brought together more than 700 dairy experts from 72 countries and 207 companies and institutions. While there are still obstacles to overcome on the path to transforming the dairy sector into its digital future, participants and panellists agree that the benefits clearly prevail.
Over 20 years IFCN has strived to create a better understanding of the dairy world and has stood by its values of trust, truth and independence. The current fast-changing and complex dairy world makes market intelligence vital for your organisation’s success. IFCN provides three blocks of dairy market intelligence (MI) services.
How tight is the connection between changes in the farm structure and dairy farm economics? Is milk supply being affected by current milk and feed price developments? Where is the starting point for the dairy in the future and its sustainability?
The event connected over 1000 dairy experts from 81 countries. 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. Livestock and thus dairy farming undeniably contribute to greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).
25% of global dairy GHG emissions are from dairy farms in developed countries.
75% of global dairy GHG emissions are from dairy farms in emerging countries.
The 22nd IFCN Dairy Conference is less than three weeks away and behind the scenes the preparations are in full swing! So far, more than 550 participants have registered!
Our top guests from the industry will be discussing their ideas on the topic of carbon neutrality and tell us whether they think it will be possible reach carbon neutrality in dairy production until 2050 – or not.
“Carbon neutral dairy farming in 2050 – will this be possible?” – under this topic a great panel of dairy experts will discuss the challenges dairy faces at the IFCN Dairy Conference 2021.
We would like to invite you to join us at the 2021 IFCN Dairy Conference to discuss: “Carbon-neutral dairy farming in 2050 – will this be possible?”
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.
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.
Global supply chains are vulnerable and self-sufficiency is the topic of today.
But have all attempts to become 100% self-sufficient been successful? Where can we look for experiences to improve, learn and determine the best way forward?
At this event we will look at different scenarios, discuss with the people who are directly affected and report on the facts: Self Sufficiency – Sustainable Solutions.
With the topic “New Opportunities: The Dairy World after COVID-19“ IFCN will bring its business and researcher networks together for the first time – to provide all members with the best possible outlook and insights!
Covid-19 related dairy crisis – the fear is bigger than its impact – yet Dairy experts from 70 countries have been discussed the Covid-19 related dairy crisis during the 21th IFCN Dairy Conference on June 2nd – 3rd. The event focused on the status of the dairy...
Indian Dairy 2.0, let’s move from “Shaktiman” to “Superman” With Dairy 1.0 India became the largest milk producing country in the world. Today India is producing 23% of the world’s milk, keeping 36% of the world’s dairy cows/buffalos and having 60% of the world’s...
Plant-based alternatives are gaining popularity – yet an exit from milk as source of protein is not foreseen. On the contrary, IFCN even foresees an increased demand for dairy products in the long-term. Transparency and fact-based information are key to address the...
Dairy experts from 48 countries have been discussing the future of dairy production during the 20th IFCN Dairy Conference (June 17th – 19th in Berlin). The event focussed on the dairy trends in the last 20 years, the perspectives until 2040 and a special topic...
To meet the growing demands from Indian consumers milk quality and efficiency on dairy farms should improve “ambitiously” During the 7th IFCN Regional Workshop in Pune, 80 dairy experts from over 55 dairy related organization and companies discuss the milk quality and...