Dairy Health Check

The IDF Animal Health Report Issue 14 is free to download.

IDF Animal Health report 14 published

By Jim Cornall

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) has today released the 14th edition of its Animal Health Report, presenting animal health and welfare research from 11 different countries and three international organizations.

The 2020 edition is the result of collaboration between dairy experts and organizations around the globe and within the IDF.

IDF launches World Dairy Situation Report 2020

By Jim Cornall

The International Dairy Federation’s latest overview of the dairy sector, covering markets worldwide, global trends and preliminary COVID-19 impacts has been published.

Last week MEPs voted on the European Parliament’s position on common agriculture policy reform.

EMB says new crisis instrument is a first step

By Jim Cornall

European Milk Board (EMB) president Sieta van Keimpema said European dairy farmers are happy that the vote on the Common Market Organisation (CMO) in the European Parliament showed many MEPs are aware the EU agricultural sector needs effective crisis...

Metal detection and checkweighing of cheese.  Pic: Mettler-Toledo

Dynamic checkweighing in washdown environments

By Jim Cornall

Production environments in the dairy industry must meet high hygiene requirements to protect consumers from the spread of harmful bacteria, diseases or allergens in milk and dairy products.

Dairy Dialog podcast 104: SternWywiol Planteneers, Elopak, Spoonshot

Dairy Dialog podcast 104: SternWywiol Planteneers, Elopak, Spoonshot

By Jim Cornall

This week we have three interviews. We chat with Dr Dorotea Pein, head of product management, and Dr Matthias Moser, managing director of the food ingredients division of Stern-Wywiol Gruppe; Kishan Vasani, co-founder and CEO of Spoonshot; and Elopak’s...

The dairy biomethane projects are designed to send dairy biogas to a centralized processing facility where it will be upgraded to RNG. Pic: Getty Images/Lemanieh

CalBio, dairy farmers and Chevron announce first RNG

By Jim Cornall

The joint venture created by California Bioenergy LLC (CalBio), Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and local dairy farmers – CalBioGas LLC – has successfully achieved its first renewable natural gas (RNG) production from dairy farms in Kern County, California.

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