Many farmers keep animals in summer camps, and many do so in winter. Exercise for cows. Fresh air. Reduced care costs? Is it really that…
Despite the decrease in prices for milk raw materials in Europe, too much export supply for dairy products and weak demand on foreign markets, attractive…
The russian military attacked Novovodolazka community (Kharkiv region) with drones. Among the places hit by drones were a dairy farm, a member farm of the AMP.
Many farmers keep animals in summer camps, and many do so in winter. Exercise for cows. Fresh air. Reduced care costs?
Is it really that simple?
As of December 10, 2023, raw milk prices in Ukraine rose by 81 kopecks (+6%) on average compared to the previous month. Raw milk continues to rise in price due to its limited supply in the domestic market. Despite the fact that industrial enterprises are increasing milk yields and striving to reach pre-war production levels, dairy producers and cheese makers are still experiencing a shortage of raw materials, as consumption of dairy products by the Ukrainian population has increased this year," says Georgii Kukhaleishvili, an analyst at the Association of Milk Producers.
"Despite the terrible consequences of the war, Ukraine has a great potential to increase milk production and increase the concentration of livestock per hectare."
Both in Ukraine and in the USA, farmers feel the pressure of not being able to get enough alfalfa, so they are trying to look for alternatives and move away from the historical norm: 1/3 roughage in the diet.
The Ukrainian decision to record losses caused to the agricultural sector as a result of the war was recognized as one of the most innovative
The Ukrainian solution for fixing losses in the agricultural sector as a result of the war, developed by experts of the USAID AGRO Program and the Ukrainian Agrі Council, entered the final of the international innovation competition. It was presented at the annual conference "SID-US", held on May 24 in Washington.