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Asia: Threat or opportunity? Australian dairy farmers must embrace change

Matthew Smith, Alltech vice president of Asia-Pacific, recently spoke about the incredible growth of Asia’s dairy market at the Australian Dairy Conference, where speakers from around the globe gathered to share encouragement and ideas about the dairy industry.
[SHEPPARTON, Australia] – Born from dairy cooperatives in two small villages in India, Amul has grown to become the largest dairy producer in India by volume, collecting nearly 15 million litres of milk per day. This year, Amul will manufacture more than three million tonnes of dairy feed to keep up with demand for milk, making it the largest cattle feed producer in Asia. The company’s three-fold growth over the past 12 months clearly illustrates India’s position as the most influential dairy producer globally.

IFM laboratory characterizes four U.S. dairy diet profiles

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[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – More than 1,500 feed samples have been analyzed at Alltech’s In Vitro Fermentation Model (IFM) laboratory in Brookings, S.D. since its inception in 2013, and with that data researchers have been able to put together four specific regional dairy diet profiles.

Alltech Mycotoxin Management enhances Knowmycotoxins website to be field friendly

The Alltech Mycotoxin Management program has re-launched an updated version of the website, Knowmycotoxins.com (http://www.knowmycotoxins.com/) , which aims to be a useful destination for those interested in understanding more about the global mycotoxin threat.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Following farmer feedback and several months of development and testing, the Alltech Mycotoxin Management program has re-launched an updated version of the website, Knowmycotoxins.com.

ONE Vision of 2050 to be depicted in virtual reality exhibit at ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference

ONE Vision will immerse attendees of ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference in a visualization of 2050, a world in which decisive changes made today have led to a planet of abundance.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Within the next 34 years, the world will add an extra 3 billion mouths to feed. What will that mean for humanity, or, perhaps even more importantly, the agriculture and food sectors responsible for nourishing them? Is it a future full of gloom and doom, or of abundance?

Can Australia keep up with Chinese dairy farms’ rapid advancement?

The Australian delegation at the Nestlé Dairy Farming Institute. In addition to numerous educational initiatives and assistance in establishing best practices in Chinese agribusiness, Alltech brings its highly successful feed evaluation laboratory to the world’s fastest growing dairy market.
[ROSEWORTHY, South Australia] - While the Australian dairy industry has plateaued over the last ten years, China is seeing a sharp rise in milk production. Production and consumption of dairy products in China have soared, averaging a 12.8 percent annual growth rate since 2000. A group of Australian dairy farmers and consultants visited China in January to see firsthand what Chinese farmers are doing to drive growth.

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