Dairy Europe

12th-13th February, 2019
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.

 
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Poor Bedding Material Effect Mastitis Risk

To identify the pathogen causing the infection is as important as to spot mastitis in a cow’s quarter(s).  The central bacteria responsible for causing mastitis are objectified in two categories: – contagious & environmental, both having different management style. The source of bacteria which is infecting the cows is the foremost difference between environmental & contagious mastitis. In environmental mastitis, the source of bacteria is the environment itself on the other hand in contagious mastitis, there are pathogens radically clustered in the udder of another cow. It is transferred cow- to-cow as compared to out of the environment.

“A cow spends 75-80% of her day out in the barn & 12-14 hours lying down. Then her teat comes in direct contact with the bedding material. If the bedding material is contaminated with bacteria, notably environment bacteria, then she is at the risk of getting bacteria to her gland and causing mastitis,” said Dr Godden.

The key management strategy is in the selection of the bedding material used in the barn. “The gold standard, we would all agree, is clean, never-been-used sand. It’s inorganic, so it doesn’t have a lot of organic matter in it that would support bacterial growth. It’s dry, and we know that the bacteria counts in new sand, never-been-used-before sand, are the lowest,” she explained. “Studies consistently show that udder health is best in herds that are using new sand. So that would be our gold standard for bedding. But people can’t always use new sand – maybe it’s not available, or it’s too expensive, or perhaps their manure handling system won’t handle that material very well. So people take a look at other bedding materials like other organic materials, like shavings or straw.”

Reclaimed sand and Recycled manure solids are amongst the best options one can find for a perfect bedding material.  She said “New sand is best, but if you choose one of these other types of materials, the bacteria counts can be higher. People who use reclaimed manure solids as their bedding material do have more challenges in controlling udder health and preventing environmental mastitis in their herds.”

Dr. Godden even encouraged producers about options to change their bedding material type.

Find out more about recent developments at Dairy Europe Conference, on 12th – 13th February, 2019 in Berlin, Germany.

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TENTATIVE CONFERENCE AGENDA*

Dairy Europe
12th-13th February, 2019
Berlin, Germany

DAY 1: 12th February, 2019
 
 8.30 AM Registration & Coffee
  CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME REMARKS
  
European Dairy Outlook 2023

 

  • Find Out the expected milk production from the region
  • Milk Prices? Price Volatility will still be the case?
  • Export Demand
 

 Presenter: 

Representative
Rabobank

  
Sustainable Milk Production in Emerging Markets

 

 

 Presenter: 

Jack Corless
Global Dairy Consultant 
Progressive Dairy Solutions Inc

 10.30 AM Morning Coffee Break & Networking
  
Dairy on the Go: Future Prospects of Indian Dairy and By-Products Market

 

 

 Presenter: 

Mr. Atul Mehra
Chairman
Tasty Dairy Specialties Ltd

  
Sustainable Development Goals and the Food & Beverage Industry – with Focus on Water

 

 

 Presenter: 

Rolf Pedersen
Expertise Director, Food & Beverage
NIRAS

 1.00 PM Networking Lunch
  
An Outlook on Dairy Market: Where Are We? Where Are We Going?

 

 

 Presenter: 

Coming Soon

  
Connect Innovations: Find out Latest on Dairy Enzymes and Fresh Dairy Fermenting Cultures

 

 

 Presenter: 

Dr Ali Osman
Technical Application Manager
Dairy at DSM

  
Salt Replacement by Natural Milk Minerals

 

 

 Presenter: 

Soila Kananen
Product Development Manager
Valio Ltd.

 3.00 PM Afternoon Coffee Break & Networking
  
Nutrition Management: Improving Health Welfare and Fertility Of Dairy Cattle

 

 

 Presenter: 

Fabien Mainemare
Farm Animals Portfolio Manager
Bayer HealthCare SAS

  
Discussing the Framework and the Plastic Materials Regulation

 

 

 Presenter: 

Ferdinand Schwabe
Owner
Hygienic Design

  
Whey Market Opportunities, Challenges and Potential

 

 

Q & A

  End of Day 1
 
Day 2:13th February, 2019
8.30 AM
CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME REMARKS
  
Humic Substances, A Forgotten Natural Link in the Daily Ratio of Our Cows

 

Humic substances are the biological-chemical-geological decomposition products of the plant biomass. They have long been used in alternative medicine as peat preparations and Germany was a pioneer in their livestock research and application since the ’70s. The spread of their application was hindered for long by the nuclear determination of the humic substance structure until 2012, when leonardite and peat were finally listed on the EU Catalogue of feed materials. Find out the proven benefits of humic and fulvic acids in livestock breeding, especially at dairy cattle.

 

 Presenter: 

Daniel Molnar
Product Manager Livestock
Humintech GmbH

 10.30 AM Morning Coffee Break & Networking
  
Controlling Coccidia and Cryptosporidiosis By Nutrition

 

 

 Presenter: 

Dr Peter Zieger
European Food Safety & Communication Specialist
Diamond V

  
How Accelerometers Support in Evaluating Calf Behaviour?

 

 

 Presenter: 

Dr Emma Bleach
Senior Lecturer
Harper Adams University

 1.00 PM
Networking Lunch
  
Building Up of Ideal Barns for Comfort and Management

 

 

 Presenter: 

Sue Hagenson
Senior Dairy Specialist
Artex Barn Solutions

  
Latest on Vaccination Against Mastitis

 

 

 Presenter: 

Dr. Frederike Böhm
Technical & Marketing Manager Ruminants
HIPRA Deutschland GmbH

 3.00 PM

Afternoon Coffee Break & Networking

  
Control and Management of Reproduction in Dairy Animals

 

 

 Presenter: 

John M. Christensen
Dairy Herd Expert Supporter
Lattec

 

How can Herd Lameness Problems be Tackled?

 

Q & A

  End of Conference

*Agenda content and timeline subject to change.

 

   

Jack Corless
Global Dairy Consultant
Progressive Dairy Solutions Inc

Jack Corless is a global dairy consultant with over twenty five years experience providing nutrition and management advice to dairy producers around the world. His focus, both as an independent consultant and as Director for Dairy Development with Alltech Inc has been to contribute to the development and growth of profitable and sustainable milk production in emerging markets.

Jack has worked with the largest dairy production units in Eastern Europe and Russia, improving efficiency of production. He established and implemented a total farm training program for employees and consultants and developed a successful model to significantly improve the efficiency of utilisation of protein in high production cows.

He has spent the last nine years working with the Asian dairy industry addressing the challenge of creating and maintaining sustainable large scale production units where climate, genetics, forage and education present major obstacles to success. He is working with large private producers and co-operatives in Europe, Turkey, Pakistan, India, GCC and throughout South East Asia.

Previously Jack worked for Nutreco where he was a founding member of the European Ruminant Research Committee. He also owned and managed a ruminant feed milling business in his native Ireland.

Ferdinand Schwabe
Owner
Hygienic Design

Ferdinand Schwabe is the owner of Hygienic Design Ferdinand Schwabe. He is an EHEDG Authorized Trainer, a certified quality manager and 3-A Certified Conformance Evaluator. He offers the following services:
EHEDG training courses, seminars about the legal and regulatory requirements for food contact materials in the EU and USA, internal audits for GMP compliance for food contact material manufacturers, consulting with manufacturers of food processing equipment and food packaging machines regarding hygiene safety of equipment according to the EU machinery directive. He also performs Third Party Inspections for equipment according to the US 3-A Sanitary Standards.

Dr Peter Zieger
European Food Safety & Communication Specialist
Diamond V

As European Food Safety & Communication Specialist, Dr. Peter Zieger helps lead Diamond V’s European media and press communications, as well as using his strong veterinary and epidemiologic background to deliver highly technical presentations, conduct training, and provide technical consultations to internal and external stakeholders. In his position, he focuses mainly on ruminants as well as working closely with European business partners in targeted EU markets to help maintain key account relationships.

Dr. Zieger was born and raised in Grossostheim, Germany, on a family-run dairy farm. He studied veterinary medicine at the University of Giessen (Germany) and Ecole veterinary de Nantes (France). After completing his studies, he worked for 11 years in mixed animal veterinary practice as an associate. He then joined the animal pharmaceutical industry at Pfizer/Zoetis, staying with the company for the next 10 years. While with Pfizer/Zoetis, he held several positions, working as a Technical Manager before being promoted to National Veterinary Specialist for dairy cows. Previously, he held a Technical Support and Sales Manager role for Diamond V, supporting and growing the company’s ruminant business in German-speaking countries and Hungary.

Since 2000, Dr. Zieger has also worked as an independent dairy advisor and journalist. He is also a founding member of the Innovationsteam Milk Hessen, a non-profit consulting organization of economists, nutritionists and architects, supporting the dairy industry. He is based near Frankfurt, Germany.


Dr Emma Bleach
Senior Lecturer
Harper Adams University

Emma is a Senior Lecturer in Animal Science at Harper Adams University, Shropshire, UK. Emma was raised on a dairy farm in Norfolk, UK where she developed a passion for dairy cows! After studying for an HND in Agriculture at the Welsh Agricultural College, she worked as a Research Assistant at the Grassland Research Institute, Hurley and then at the University of Reading, on various studies of the factors that regulate the reproduction in cattle and sheep. This led to a PhD at the University of Reading on the “Associations between ovarian follicle development and pregnancy in dairy cows”.  After a spell working as a Research Fellow at the Centre for Dairy Research on a variety of dairy cow projects, she moved to Writtle College to take up a post as a Lecturer in Animal Science. She joined the lecturing staff at Harper Adams University 9 years ago, predominantly teaching dairy-related subjects to Agriculture and Animal Science undergraduate and post-graduate students. She is also a Cow Signals Certified Master Trainer. Her research continues to focus on dairy cattle and currently includes rearing systems for dairy-bred calves and heifers as well as factors affecting oestrus expression in dairy cows. Much of this research has focused on the use of sensors for monitoring cow activity, relating this to oestrus and health and welfare. More recently she has been investigating the role for the accelerometers in assessing calf wellbeing.

Soila Kananen
Product Development Manager
Valio Ltd.

(09/13)   Valio Ltd., R&D, Product development manager
My responsibility is matured cheese development team management including 8 persons. Important tasks are leadership work and communication with different functions such as dairies and marketing as well as communication outside the company. I am also contact person to culture suppliers at R&D.

(03/13 – 08/13)   Valio Ltd., R&D, Product developer
Culture screening projects in Yellow cheese development.

(10/09 – 02/13)   University of Copenhagen, Ph.D. student
Ph.D. student work included studies and research work as well as teaching of Master students. Ph.D. study was done in collaboration with Valio Ltd.

(01/09 – 09/09)   Valio Ltd., R&D, project researcher
Department of Microbiology, Group of starter culture development Screening of strains for growth, acidification and phage resistance properties.

(05/08 – 12/08)   Valio Ltd., R&D, Master’s thesis
Subject: Importance of adjunct cultures for the function of starter cultures, flavour formation and structure in Swiss-type cheese.


Daniel Molnar
Product Manager Livestock
Humintech GmbH

Already as a child he grew up in livestock nutrition next to his active consultant parents. During his university years he gained experience in relations with suppliers and farmers, the daily organization of an agricultural trade company at the Taurina-Kanizsa Forage Production and Serviceing Ltd. Then, he got an opportunity at one of Hungary’s market leaders in veterinary, Alpha-Vet Ltd. to raise a department dealing with innovative feed supplements and its market introduction. In addition to the domestic livestock sector, He could gain an international outlook through corporate scholarship in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, which eventually prompted him to deepen his knowledge in the context of animal nutrition Master’s programs. On the end, He could exploit this as an international technical leader in the last years and could learn more about the European and Asian animal nutrition sector.

At the moment his goal is to build a successfull livestock department for the world market leading Humintech GmbH in Humic substance based products.

Dr Ali Osman
Technical Application Manager
Dairy at DSM

A food biochemist/biotechnologist with 10 years of solid experience, both academically and industrially, in enzyme science and technology, pre- and probiotics, dairy science and ingredients, cereal technology, and the development of sustainable food production processes. Besides, Dr. Osman has collaborated extensively on an international level with industrial and academic partners for developing new food ingredients, devising innovative food and beverage products, and improving the sustainability of current food production processes.

Mr. Atul Mehra
Chairman
Tasty Dairy Specialties Ltd

Mr. Atul Mehra, Chairman of the Tasty Dairy Specialties and initiator of the Indo Dutch Centre of Excellence on Dairying ( INDUCED )He is a first generation entrepreneur who had a vision “To endeavor and be a part of the process to make our country the most developed, industrialized, happiest and respected nation of the world”. His efforts for elevating the standard of industry on a whole are appreciated at all levels .

He has been associated with dairy and food industry for long and his knowledge, experience and viewpoints are welcome across the world for which he is invited for Guest Lectures.
His company Tasty Dairy is a Bse listed company 26 years old and expanding into value added products like Greek yogurt and cheese apart from present production of SMP , milk fat and packed milk .

Apart from work he remains a passionate social worker also who is contributing all his free time on the social causes. He is contributing to our society through Corporate Social Responsibility and working for farmers and the Indian dairy industry upliftment.

Dr. Frederike Böhm
Technical & Marketing Manager Ruminants
HIPRA Deutschland GmbH

Coming Soon…

Rolf Pedersen
Expertise Director, Food & Beverage
NIRAS

Coming Soon…

Sue Hagenson
Senior Dairy Specialist
Artex Barn Solutions

Born in Hastings, New Zealand, Sue Hagenson earned a Bachelor’s of Agriculture and Post Grad, majoring in Animal Reproduction from Massey University. She worked with Livestock Improvement in NZ for 13 years, first in the Sire Proving Scheme moving into the role of Reproductive Technologies Manager. After that she worked as a FarmWise Consultant, moving up to Manager of the FarmWise business unit. Sue (and her family) moved to Uruguay where she provided operational support, education, and training to farm managers and senior staff at 32 farms in over 3 regions while with New Zealand Farming Systems Uruguay. Before joining Artex as their Senior Dairy Specialist, Sue (and her family) spent 4 years in China with Fonterra, where she initially managed a 3,000 cow dairy and later involved in the farm design and overseeing the construction of 5 facilities for over 24,000 cows.

Fabien Mainemare
Farm Animals Portfolio& Manager
Bayer HealthCare SAS

Fabien Mainemare is Farm Animals Portfolio Manager in Bayer Animal Health. He is an Agribusiness executive, have been working for 8 years on economics, business and marketing projects around agriculture. After a great experience on ruminants feeding, he joined the animal health industry to provide a complementary approach mixing field experience, cutting edge technology, business acumen and marketing.

 
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GOLDEN TULIP BERLIN – HOTEL HAMBURG
Landgrafenstraße 4, 10787 Berlin 
Germany

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