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DAIRY Business Worldwide - January 2017Editorial Calender 2017
New Zealand's dairy fortunes slowly turn for the better:  New products, more stable future earnings and a long climb back up
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Global innovations in dairy
New markets, products and production trends require new ways of doing things. From tech enabled dairy management and precision tools to genomics, the dairy industry is falling hoof in step with the demands placed on it.

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Views & Quotes:
  •   Time for a new approach to the world milk price?     
Success Story:
  •   Nuke-based technologies boost Myanmar dairy production                                 
Dairy Insight:
  • Strategies to increase domestic milk production
Dairy Diary:
  • Ireland assesses live cattle export opportunities 

  • New survey focuses on American dairy sector

  • Supply crunch sends dairy prices sky high, Rabobank reports
Dairy Management:
  • Things to know before starting your own dairy farm
Focus Technical:
  •  Cattle Nutrition: Feeding and housing systems and disease incidence in dairy calves  

  •  Phosphea: Back to basics with mineral solutions-

Industry Updates:
  • Mengniu offers to buy out modern dairy for US$826m

  • Lallemand unveils new study on dairy production

  • Polish dairy firm to build new US$95m plant

  • Trouw Nutrition’s LifeStart benefits of enhanced neonatal milk feeding revealed at EuroTier

  • Nukamel, Phibro to sell OmniGen-AF® in milk replacers

  • AB Neo challenges traditional weaning ideas

  • Bayer's novel immunostimulant helps cut deaths in feedlot cattle

  • GEA unveils new technologies for the dairy industry
Industry Appointments:
  • Two named to Diamond V's ruminant team

  •  New Fonterra communications chief
New Products
  • Diamond V launches NutriTek for

  • Trouw Nutrition introduces fortified calf milk replacer

Editorial Lineup for 
Dairy Business Worldwide, April - June 2017
Industry Success Story:
  •   Losevo: SHP Losevo explores organic niche of the St. Petersburg's market     

Dairy Diary:
  • Rabobank foresees resurgence of profitability for Australia's dairy sector

  • US immigration clampdowns threaten to weaken dairy sector

  • UK farming sector up in arms after controversial news report                                

Dairy Insight:
  • The pros and cons of large scale dairy farms

Focus Market:
  • Russia & Europe: A battered but changing world dairy market

Industry Updates:
  • Arla to invest US$13 million in high-quality infant milk formula production

  • US dairy industry slams Canada for undercutting export of ultra-filtered milk

  • Oceania Dairy's $400 million dairy facility launched in Auckland, New Zealand

  • Amul Dairy raises milk procurement price for sixth time in a year

  • US dairy leaders assures Mexico amidst NAFTA uncertainty

  • Ireland’s milk suppliers receive lower prices than European counterparts

  • Zinpro Corporation appoints Lidy Brink to global marketing team

  • AB Vista expands ruminant expertise with new appointment

  • Recent appointments to Diamond V’s ruminant team

  • FrieslandCampina appoints Jan Kruise as managing director in Germany

New Products
  • Innovative heat detection system enables remote diagnosis of dairy cow health and fertility 

Events Preview

  • International Dairy Expo    
Event Calendar:  
  • International Dairy Show

  • ProFood Tech      

  • Canadian Dairy Xpo
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