The war has affected all dairy farms in Ukraine, from small to large, those that survived warfare and occupation, and those that were far from them. During the webinar «Dairy Farming at War: Real Stories» farmers from Sumy, Kyiv and Chernihiv regions shared their stories, problems and plans.
Every day the dairy complex serves 25 people, including specialists and management. The work is structured in such a way that almost all staff work from 8.00 to 17.00 - a normal working day. Twelve-hour shift only for robot operators and maternity ward staff. They take over at 8.00 and 20.00. At night, 2 people are on duty at the complex.
The era of transformation of the dairy sector of Ukraine continues
National Farm Day o the Veles Vita farm (Vinnytsia region)
AMP officially opened the First dairy cooperative and summed up the year of work of UMAN LABS
The dairy industry is a priority for the economy of the Netherlands. The country exports 85% of its dairy products and occupies 20% of the world market in this segment. The Dutch know well how to efficiently produce high-quality milk, they are not afraid of competitors, and for the sixth year willingly share their experience and innovative technologies with Ukrainian farmers. This year, the Netherland experts were accepted at Kischentsy LLC in Cherkasy region on September 18.
In 2017, the average annual milk yield in LLC Veleten in Sumy region reached 11300 kg of milk per milk cow. To this result, the farm went gradually, honing the technology. It was possible to get acquainted with them during the National Farm Day - on August 28 the dairy complex opened the doors for everyone.
On August 6, a training seminar for veterinarians of dairy farms was held in Uman. The event was organized by Association of Milk Producers in cooperation with Milk Quality Control Laboratory UmanLabs and Estonian University of Natural Sciences.