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 Leeb Biomilch focuses on dairy and fresh products (especially yogurt) from organic goat and organic sheep milk.

Emmi acquires majority stake in Leeb Biomilch

By Jim Cornall

Swiss dairy company Emmi has gradually been expanding its international goat’s milk network since 2010. It has now acquired a 66% stake in Austrian goat and sheep milk processor Leeb Biomilch GmbH.

New products for March 2019. Pic: ©Getty Images/natasaadzic

New in the dairy aisles - March

By Beth Newhart and Jim Cornall

DairyReporter brings you its monthly round-up of what’s new in the dairy aisles for March 2019.

DMK said it is opening up additional segments with this acquisition.

DMK Group acquires Alete

By Jim Cornall

German dairy cooperative Deutsches Milchkontor (DMK) is taking the next step in its realignment process. In order to further develop the baby food business sector, DMK has acquired the brands, as well as sales and distribution channels, of Alete GmbH...

ProPreg is a preventative health measure aimed at reducing dairy farmers’ reliance on antibiotics and hormones in their cows. Pic: Healthy Cow

Healthy Cow brings dairy to the forefront of FoodBytes! San Francisco

By Beth Newhart

Another FoodBytes! pitch competition has come to a close after final presentations March 28. As one of the 15 featured startups, Healthy Cow showcased its mission to develop products that help improve cow health and productivity from a systems biology...

Westland's Rolleston plant.

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Westland Milk Products lowers pay-out prediction

By Jim Cornall

Lower than expected sales have led to the board of New Zealand’s Westland Milk Products to lower its predicted payout range for the 2018-19 season to NZ$5.80 - NZ$6.00 (US$3.95-US$4.08).

Land for agriculture is at a premium in Singapore. Pic: ©Getty Images/CharlieTong

Tiny community is left up in the air as officials take their time in allocating new plots

Singapore farmers hope government gives clarity on the future of their lands

By Richard Whitehead

Beyond the jam of ships queuing for a berth in Singapore’s harbor, beyond the glass and steel towers bearing the names of the world’s haughtiest banks, beyond the malls, the hawker stalls and the bars of the city center and the massing clusters of public...

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