The Global Dairy Platform (and partners) released on December 1, 2020 a report on the global warming potential of methane (GWP). This is a very topical issue which need to be understood broadly by all stakeholders in global dairy sector.
A DAILY GLASS OF MILKPROVIDES A 5-YEAR-OLD CHILD WITH: MILK PROVIDES US:
DAIRY ASIA AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALSThe Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the world leaders in September 2015represent the aspirations of a global community in addressing a wide range of global issues, includingeradication of hunger and poverty, health, climate
Dairy Asia Sustainability Framework and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Dairy farmers are business managers, no matter the size of their milking herd. A successful business is based on a good understanding of the technology underlying the production of the end product, in this case raw milk, and the ability
The study was conducted with 200 dairy cows mostly the crosses betweenLocal and Holstein Friesian (LxF), Local and Sahiwal (LxSL) and also between Local, Holstein Friesian and Sahiwal (LxFxSL) to improve milk production performance through nutritional interventions.
Cattle breeds have a striking effect on meat and fat color,muscle structure and meat physiology (Waritthitham et al.,2010; Xie et al., 2012), as well as their product (milk).Because of genetic background, milk from different cattlebreeds holds distinct composition profiles (Poulsen
Dairy is the third most economically important agricultural commodity in Asia and the region accounts for more than 35 percent of global milk production. World milk production is projected to increase by 175 Mt (23%) by 2024 compared to the
The ultimate goal of dairy farms is to produce the bestcows from replacement heifers. But, replacement heifermanagement and feeding is expensive and requiresextensive labour. It costs approximately 20% of the farmexpenses (Heinrichs, 1993). Reducing the age of onset ofpuberty, early
Milk is a major source of dietary energy, high-quality protein and fat. It can make a significant contribution to meeting the required nutrient intakes of calcium, magnesium, selenium, riboflavin, vitamin B12 and pantothenic acid. Milk from some animal species can