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TheDairySite Newsletter - 6 January 2017

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Friday 6th January 2017.
Global Dairy Industry News


Additional Sales Tax May Dilute Parag Milk
Indian Cows to Get Unique Identification Code
Gujarat Dairy Farmers from Cooperatives Unpaid for 50 Days


High Dairy Import Worries Dangote Group


Fiji Dairy Farmers Still Waiting for Assistance


Mengniu Hikes Stake in Modern Dairy
Mengniu Pays HK$6.92 Billion to Buy out China’s Largest Dairy Herd
China President Insists on 'Strictest' Controls in Food Safety
Dairy Firms Shift to Healthy Products to Face Margin Products


Australia Trade Set to Get Boost with Tariff Cuts


EU MMO Dairy Price Augurs Well for Milk Prices, Says IFA Dairy Chairman
IFA: Room for Further Price Increases on December Milk

   United Kingdom

Cuts to 'Red Tape' Promised for UK Farmers
MPs Warn of Concerns for Farming in Brexit Negotiations
UK Farmers, Food Industry Urged to 'Step Up' to Address Global Competitiveness
Targets Task Force Co-ordinates on Antibiotic Reduction in Farming


Brucellosis Detected in Cattle Herd in Northern Greece

   United States

Livestock Industry Lays Out Federal Lands Priorities for Trump Administration


Cheese Plants to Pay Over UAH 250m in Dividends

   New Zealand

NZ Dollar Continues Decline Against USD on Dairy Price Fall
Dairy Product Prices Decline for Second Straight Auction
Northland Dairy Farmers Cited for Non-Compliance


Dairy Farmers Not to Increase Milk Prices
Stern Action Ordered Against Sellers of Adulterated Milk

   Korea, South

Seoul Dairy Cooperative Releases Milk for Pets


Aussie Exporters Ride Out 2016 Challenges; Optimistic About 2017


Bottom Line Top of Mind in Genome Research

   European Union

Millions of Tons of Food Could be Saved with Better Logistics


Zimbabwean Milk Production Rising


Kenyan and Dutch Dairy Firms Partner Up

Company News

NUTRIAD Presents Poland 2016 Mycotoxin Survey Maize
POLAND - Mycotoxins are a hidden danger in animal feed. One of the most important negative factors in crop production and animal feed quality is the contamination of feed commodities by moulds and mycotoxins. As much as 20% of the world’s cereal grains are generally known to be contaminated with measurable levels of mycotoxins (Placha et al., 2009).
Plant Mycotoxins: Impacts on Health and Production: Australia and New Zealand
CANADA - Remarks by Ian Lean, Scibus, Australia, during the ruminants breakout session at the 2016 World Nutrition Forum in Vancouver, Canada.
Is there a Link between Mastitis and Endotoxins in High Producing Dairy Cows?
CANADA - Remarks by James Cullor, UC Davis, USA, during the ruminants breakout session at the 2016 World Nutrition Forum in Vancouver, Canada.
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