NDA takes part in the 18th Dairy Congress and Expo
The National Dairy Authority (NDA) has once again signified its unity with the Dairy Confederation of the Philippines (Dairy Con) as it took part in the 18th Dairy Congress and Expo held on April 28-30, 2015 at Lima Park Hotel, Malvar, Batangas.
Anchored on the theme “Gatas Pinoy: Paunlarin, Tangkilikin, Palaganapin,” the occasion offered a platform for dairy stakeholders and allied sectors to build synergy among themselves and know the latest innovations and breakthroughs in the areas of dairy production, processing, marketing and cooperative development.
NDA TECHNICAL TEAM gears up for Animal Inspection in NEW ZEALAND
In a continuing effort to intensify its campaign on herd build-up, the National Dairy Authority (NDA) is to import a total of 1,415 Holstein-Sahiwal dairy animals from New Zealand to comprise the Batch 15 of its annual procurement of animals.(Read More)
GJC Attends Regional Meeting on Sustainable Dairy Development in Asia : "Towards Sustainability: From Concept to Action"
In the land where cows are demi-Gods, GJC attended the Regional Meeting on Sustainable Dairy Development in Asia from March 23-26, 2015 on NDDB campus in Anand, Gujarat, India. Asia has seen a remarkable growth in the production and consumption of milk and milk products over the past decades and has now overtaken Europe as world's largest milk producer. As the world's largest producer of milk, the supply continues to fall short of demand. The net imports of milk and milk products regionally have increased threefold.
The demand for milk and milk products in Asia will reach almost 320 million tonnes by 2021 as per OECD-FAO Agricultural estimates. This means the region will need to increase milk availability by another 50 million tonnes within the decade. This can be supplied either by production gains and or imports. ( Read More )