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Al Ain Farms was the first dairy to be established in the United Arab Emirates.

A tale of two desert dairies

By Richard Whitehead

Abu Dhabi’s Al Ain Farms and Dubai’s Al Rawabi have evolved differently over the last four decades to become regional majors.

Müller will determine measures to be taken once a review has been undertaken.

Müller looking into Scottish milk surplus

By Jim Cornall

UK milk processor Müller Milk & Ingredients has warned Scottish dairy farmers who supply the company that a 25% surge in farm milk production, which is not supported by growth in demand for fresh milk products in Scotland, is not sustainable and has...

Trade tensions between the US and China have finally started to ease, but US consumers might see the tariffs reflected in retail prices soon. Pic: Getty/Lumineux_Images

Dairy prepares for potential 2020 recession

By Beth Newhart

Global dairy markets are expected to remain firm through mid-2020, but Rabobank predicts that the second half of the year will be tighter in the face of a possible global recession.

The Almarai plant at Al Kharj.

Almarai gets $100m EBRD loan

By Jim Cornall

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has given a $100m loan to Saudi Arabian dairy company Almarai.

Currently there are between 2m and 3m Arla milk crates in use in Denmark.

New Arla black milk crates are more green

By Jim Cornall

Arla’s new milk crates in Denmark may no longer be the traditional green color, but the new black containers will be more ‘green,’ as they are more environmentally friendly.

Mélanie Richard, Head of Economy at CNIEL announces the launch of the IDF World Dairy Situation report 2019.

IDF publishes 2019 World Dairy Situation report

By Jim Cornall

The 2019 edition of the much-anticipated World Dairy Situation report published by the International Dairy Federation (IDF) was launched at the IDF World Dairy Summit in Istanbul, Turkey.

Craig Piggott, chief executive of Halter.

Nearing its launch, Halter promises to take the pressure off dairy farmers using Pavlovian theory

Kiwi start-up pioneers collar for ‘remote-controlled cows’

By Richard Whitehead

“We just wanted to find a better way to do things, to solve a lot of the issues farmers have around finding good-quality pasture and having enough hours in the day,” says Craig Piggott, chief executive of Halter.