IDF World Dairy Summit 2018 - The Social Side
Mycoplasma bovis and Paratuberculosis challenges for dairy sector
Smart farms powered by ICT to boost dairy output IDF WDS 2018 looks at smart technology
Spotlight on Dairy in Sustainable Development : IDF World Dairy Summit 2018
Extension of Exhibition Application for IDFWDS 2018
Korea Dairy Sector being ready for the future !
Since the IDF World Dairy Summit 2018 is less than 100 days ahead, IDF Korea is going to publish news on the history of Korea dairy, dairy products and eco-friendly industry for the promotion of IDF WDS 2018 and changing consumers’ perception towards milk. Rapid growth of Korea dairy sectorAverage height of Korean males (1914) 159.8cm → (2014) 174.9cmMilk has a great impact on the average height of Korean males to be 15.1cm higher in 100 years. Korea dairy sector is an result of efforts from dairy farmers and dairy processors with a support from the government along with ‘Ten-year plan for dairy promotion(1962)’ and ‘Dairy Promotion Act(1967). There were 6,596 dairy farms in 2017 and 62 heads per farm that is the second largest size of farm in Asia after Japan. Total dairy consumption has increased to 2,410 thousand ton in 2017 from 1,710 thousand ton in 2010. Processed dairy products including cheese and fermented milk are more consumed than liquid milk.
Antimicrobial Resistance a focus at IDF World Dairy Summit 2018
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