Dairy Europe

20th-21st September, 2018
Berlin, Germany

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“Outlook on Dairy Industry”

The Global Dairy Trade (GDT) is expected to grow up to 6% by at a CAGR of 4.7% during the period 2017-2021.”

“The consumption of dry feed matter is approximately 2.5 billion tons and shares up to 40% of the global livestock feed intake.”

“Global Dairy herd management market is expected to reach USD 3.55 Billion by 2022 from USD 2.42 Billion in 2016 at a CAGR of 6.7%.” 

About the Event

As stated by a latest report, milk production rose by 0.9% in 2016 compared with growth rates of 2% and more in recent years. It is estimated that the world milk production would increase by 177 million tonnes by 2025 at an average growth rate of 1.8% per annum. The increasing consumer awareness regarding the nutritional values of dairy products and price receptivity are the major factors influencing the market growth. Also, the global consumer demands for milk and various dairy products are reaching new heights.

The aim of Dairy Europe is to provide a comprehensive overview of the European Dairy Industry including, herd management, analysis of sensors for milk production, pasture management, biotechnology in dairy sector, robotic milking systems, approaches to vaccination schemes, silage making technologies, Technology in Controlling Mastitis Anti-Salmonella Phage Development and latest technologies focusing on future outlook. The conference will throw light on European trade, production, consumption and stocks as well as analysis of developments affecting world trade in dairy products covering cow’s milk, cheese, butter, skim milk powder, whole milk powder etc. Further, the conference will include industry’s growth opportunities, challenges and leading market products, applications & highlighting how companies are stationed in the market in terms of sustainability, competency, production capacity and strategic outlook.

Dairy Europe Conference will culminate about the global and multidisciplinary approach in the field of sustainable dairy developments, regulations, policies, quality & safety control followed by the reciprocity of current research findings and technical advancements acquired by dairy specialists. Expert speakers, research scientists, dairy specialists, nutritionists, health inspectors and veterinary doctors are invited to focus on latest research, innovations, recommendations and ideas for improving the sustainability and profitability of European Dairy Sector.

 
Sponsorship Opportunities

Dairy Europe is a platform where you can showcase your company, brand your products and services among the targeted audience. Promote your company & gain potential visibility through this summit.

 
 
 

TENTATIVE CONFERENCE AGENDA*

Dairy Europe
20th-21st September, 2018
Berlin, Germany

Day 1: 20th  September, 2018
 
 8.30 AM Registration & Coffee
  CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME REMARKS
 
European Outlook on Dairy Sustainability
 
Outlining Various Strategies to Flourish Dairy Business
 
Looking into Latest Initiatives Aiming at Cheese Quality & Safety
 
Dried Milk & Whey Product Market: Current Status and Future Outlook
 10.30 AM Morning Coffee Break & Networking
 
Relating Lying Time of Dairy Animals Throughout Lactation
 
Emerging Food Trends and Opportunities for Dairy Producers
 
An Outlook on Dairy Market: Where Are We? Where Are We Going?
 

IoT and Big Data: Identifying Current Status & Future Prospects Dairy Production Industry

 1.00 PM Networking Lunch
 

Water Recycling in Food and Dairy

 

Building Up of Ideal Barns for Comfort and Management

 

Linking HOMA, QUICKI and RQUICKI During Early Lactation

 3.00 PM Afternoon Coffee Break & Networking
 

Milk Variation: Correlation between Grazing Season and Farming Practices

 

OBSALIM: A Productive Approach to Evaluate the Effects of Various Farming Activities Relating to Milk Production

 

Linking Dairy Farming to Climate Change: Significance of Milk & Microclimate Recordings

 

Q & A

  End of Day 1
 
Day 2: 21st  September, 2018
8.30 AM
CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME REMARKS
 
How does Shading Environment Influence Cows?
 
Identifying Factors Associated with Lameness in Cows
 
Computing Accuracy of BHB Concentration in Dairy Cow’s Blood
 
Analyzing the Effects of Rigorous Milk Feeding & Butyrate on Holstein Calves
 10.30 AM Morning Coffee Break & Networking
 

Identifying Role Accelerometers in Evaluating Calf Behavior

 
Advance Agricultural Technologies Used in Alfalfa Production
 
Prevention of Calf Diarrhea: Coccidiosis and Cryptosporidiosis
 1.00 PM
Networking Lunch
 

Diagnosis and Treatment of Bovine Respiratory Disease

 
Control and Management of Reproduction in Dairy Animals
 
Minimizing Disease in Young Stock through Vaccination – The Prevention
 3.00 PM

Afternoon Coffee Break & Networking

 

Various Approach to Vaccination Schemes

 

How can Herd Lameness Problems be Tackled?

 

Salivary HSP70: An Efficient Biomarker of Heat Stress

 

Q & A

  End of Conference

*Agenda content and timeline subject to change.

 

   

Prof. Craig Michie
Reader
Strathclyde University

Craig is Professor of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and Deputy Head of Department in Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Electrical Engineering from the University of Glasgow in 1983 and after a year of working for BBC in Broadcasting House London, he returned to do PhD in Coherent Optical Communications. He became a Senior Research fellow in 1991 and joined Rolls Royce University Technology Centre in 1998. Following this, he had his first spell at Strathclyde into optical sensor systems for structural monitoring. He left the department during 2001-2004 when working as a Senior Engineer at Kamelian Limited, a start-up company in the telecommunication area making semiconductor optical amplifiers. Following this he went to Scottish Enterprise to take a post as a Senior Manager supporting the delivery of the Intermediate Technology Institute ‘ITI Techmedia’.

In 2006 Craig returned to Strathclyde and began to develop a research expertise in wireless sensor technology for asset monitoring. His current focus lies within the application of wireless systems and data analytics within animal health monitoring. Craig was co-founder of a company, Silent Herdsman Ltd. (acquired byt Afimilk Ltd.), producing a decision support system using neck mounted activity collars to signal welfare conditions in cattle. The collars monitor cow movements and send alerts to enable farmers to inseminate the cattle at the optimum time, hence optimising milk yield.

Simone Schiller
Managing Director
DLG e.V.

Simone Schiller completed a butcher apprenticeship in the family business and then studied Food Technology in Berlin. In the interdisciplinary course of health sciences at the Technical University of Berlin she expanded her expertise . In 1997, she become the Managing Director of the Butcher Association Berlin-Brandenburg and head of the Meat Trade College Berlin. Since October 2011 she has been employed by the DLG e.V., first as a project manager for quality inspections for convenience products and Since December 2012 she is responsible as Managing Director of the competence center food.

Claus Heggum
Chief consultant
Danish Agriculture and Food Council

Claus is working with food safety and risk analysis at the Danish Agricultural & Food Council: He is focusing on facilitating the development of coherent and risk-based approaches to food safety management. In doing so, he is deeply  involved in related international activities in Codex, IDF and ISO.

He has chaired numerous activities of the IDF including all input to the Codex Committee on Food Hygiene since 1998. From 2008 to 2011 he served at the board of IDF as chair of the SPCC (Scientific Programme & Coordination Committee). Claus Heggum joined the SPCC again in 2015 representing hygiene and food safety

Claus was promoter of establishing the ISO 22000 on food safety management systems and is still involved in developing the ISO 22000 series.  He has contributed to the development of many Codex standards, including the Code of Hygienic Practice for Milk and Milk Products, International Microbiological Criteria for Listeria monocytogenes and Cronobacter sakazakii, Guidelines for the Establishment and Application of Microbiological Criteria, Guidelines for the Validation of Food Safety Control Measures and Guidelines for the Conduct of Microbiological Risk Management.

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