Dairy Industry

Dairy industry continues to develop and change. Dairy manufacturers are introducing light-weighted and unconventionally-shaped packages that use non-traditional packaging materials. Innovative packaging introduces environmentally friendly and eye-catching designs, while filling technologies expand to incorporate new demands. To produce wholesome, high-quality milk, cows need a wholesome, high-quality diet that delivers optimum nutrition. Yet before that diet is formulated, it is critical to clearly understand the nutrient supply that can be delivered through the feed ingredients and the nutrient demand of the animals we count on. Feed additives and supplements have played a very important role in enhancing the performance of dairy animals. Today they are necessary in any feed formulation and essential for the formulation of a balanced diet. The additives and supplements used are antibiotic growth promoters, prebiotics, probiotics, enzymes, mould inhibitors, toxin binders, anti-coccidial supplements, acidifiers, amino acids, by-pass fat, by-pass protein, non-antibiotic growth promoters, milk boosters, antioxidants, feed flavours and herbal preparations of Indian origin out of which few are banned in some developed and developing countries. A number of these products are imported from developed countries.

Dairy industry continues to develop and change. Dairy manufacturers are introducing light-weighted and unconventionally-shaped packages that use non-traditional packaging materials. Innovative packaging introduces environmentally friendly and eye-catching designs, while filling technologies expand to incorporate new demands. To produce wholesome, high-quality milk, cows need a wholesome, high-quality diet that delivers optimum nutrition. Yet before that diet is formulated, it is critical to clearly understand the nutrient supply that can be delivered through the feed ingredients and the nutrient demand of the animals we count on. Feed additives and supplements have played a very important role in enhancing the performance of dairy animals. Today they are necessary in any feed formulation and essential for the formulation of a balanced diet. The additives and supplements used are antibiotic growth promoters, prebiotics, probiotics, enzymes, mould inhibitors, toxin binders, anti-coccidial supplements, acidifiers, amino acids, by-pass fat, by-pass protein, non-antibiotic growth promoters, milk boosters, antioxidants, feed flavours and herbal preparations of Indian origin out of which few are banned in some developed and developing countries. A number of these products are imported from developed countries.

In recent decades, developing countries have increased their share in global dairy production. This growth is mostly the result of an increase in numbers of producing animals rather than a rise in productivity per head. In many developing countries, dairy productivity is constrained by poor-quality feed resources, diseases, limited access to markets and services (e.g., health, credit and training) and dairy animals’ low genetic potential for milk production.

  • Value chain
  • Feed producers
  • Dairy producers
  • Dairy processors
  • Dairy product manufacturers
  • Dairy exporters
  • Retailers

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