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  • Thailand has been involved in the milk production industry for over 20 years
  • In 2004 there were 408,350 heads of dairy cattle in Thailand The cattle number increased from 2003 at the rate of 10 %.
  • The average dairy farm size is 17.5 heads producing 10-12 kg. of raw milk per cow per day.
  • Most of the cattle breed is Holstein Friesian(HF) crossbred at blood level higher than 75 % HF.
  • The total raw milk production of the country is 800,000 tons/year. The annual rate of production is constantly increased at 10 % while the rate of milk consumption increased only at 6 %.
  • The raw milk produced is mostly sold to small cooperatives which operates small milk collecting center. . Approximately 97% of Thailand raw milk production is used to produce ready to drink milk.
  • There are 75 ready to drink milk factories
  • Average cost of milk production of the farmers is 8.30 Baht/kg. The raw milk farm gate price is 11.40 Baht/kg while the price sold to factories is 12.50 Baht/kg.
  • The milk consumption of Thai people is not enough to supply the consumption which increased at 15 % from 2003 to 2004.
  • In 2004, Thailand imported milk powder and other products about 18,000 million Baht. The increasing rate was 14.7 %
  • Thailand also exported dairy products to neighboring countries about 12,000 million Baht. The increasing rate was 18 %.
  • Thai dairy cattle were exported to countries in this region as well because they believe that the cattle which were bred in Thailand are already adopted to tropical climate and environments.
  • Thailand dairy industry technologies have not much change for years because most of the dairy farm is small farmer and milk collecting and transporting business mostly operated by small cooperatives.
  • . Whatever form of investment has the possibility of transforming into a joint-venture after the completion of its 5-year mission.
  • . Whatever form of investment has the possibility of transforming into a joint-venture after the completion of its 5-year mission.
  • . Whatever form of investment has the possibility of transforming into a joint-venture after the completion of its 5-year mission.
  • . Whatever form of investment has the possibility of transforming into a joint-venture after the completion of its 5-year mission.
  • Improving of marketing efficiency by building market corporation mechanism between Thai cooperatives with the interested investors
  • 1 Modern Technology for Dairy Farm Management
  • 2 Modern Technology for Dairy Processing : Modern Technology for Dairy Processing
  • Cooperatives Marketing Management System.
  • The project welcomes leaders of dairy export countries to submit proposal for development
  • . Whatever form of investment has the possibility of transforming into a joint-venture after the completion of its 5-year mission.

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  • 1. Thailand’s Dairy Industry Modernization
  • 2.  Dairy farming in Thailand started in 1956 Holstein Friesian was introduced in 1961 Commercial dairy farming began in 1962 w 2
  • 3. DAIRY CATTLE POPULATION  In 2004 408,350 heads, 7.5% decreased from 2003 » Milking cows 40% » Dry cows 11% » Heifers 20% 60% » Calves 29% 3
  • 4. DAIRY HERD SIZE Herd size No. of farmsSmall (not more than 10) 9,305 (39.7%)Medium (11-20) 7,383 (31.5%)Large (more than 20) 6,751 (28.8%) 4
  • 5. DAIRY CATTLE BREED HF% Dairy population (%)62.5 HF% 4.775 HF% 26.787.5 HF% 46.293.75 HF% 20.2100 HF% 1.0Other 1.2 5
  • 6. Milk Production per year800,000700,000600,000500,000400,000 Milk Production per year300,000 (Tons)200,000100,000 0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Year 6
  • 7. MILK PRODUCTION Of the total yield » 73.7% collected by dairy cooperatives » 26.3% collected by privately-owned milk collection centers Of the total yield » 95% supplied to Ready-to-drink milk market » 3% for cheese production » 2% distributed for sales in the villages 7
  • 8.  There are 75 RTD milk processing plants » Large-scale UHT milk 15 » Pasteurized milk 60 8
  • 9. MILK PRODUCTION COSTS Production costs, Prices farmers received, costs of concentrates from 1999-200412108 Costs of production baht/kg6 Costs of concentrates baht/kg Prices farmers obtained baht/kg420 1 2 3 4 5 6 9
  • 10. MILK CONSUMPTIONYear   Total milk Consumption Changes consumption per capita (%) (Tons) kg/person/year1999 550,150 8.92000 572,460 9.17 3.032001 602,070 9.57 4.362002 651,910 10.19 6.482003 674,700 10.46 2.652004 763,526 12.03 15.01 10
  • 11. Import In 2004 imported 17,897 million baht, 14.79% higher than in 2003 Main import product: skimmed milk powder Main import sources: Australia, New Zealand 11
  • 12. Export In 2004 exported 12,000 million baht, 18% higher than in 2003 Main export products: sweet concentrated milk, infant milk powder, ice cream and condensed milk Main export markets: ASEAN countries 12
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  • 15. Dairy cattle in Thailand (heads) North-year Central Northen Southen Total eastern 186, 24,6 4,28 282,1999 210 67,536 22 7 655 204, 29,9 4,54 307,2000 882 68,596 08 1 927 27,8 7,90 343, 233,2001 74,434 21 1 679 523 248, 28,9 6,01 358,2002 667 74,807 56 0 440 255, 34,2 6,26 380,2003 302 84,354 82 5 203 285, 32,4 8,34 408,2004 520 82,021 68 1 350 15
  • 16. Milk production in Thailand Milk productionyear (Tons)1999 464,5142000 520,1152001 587,7002002 660,2972003 731,9232004 746,6462005 800,000 16
  • 17. Farmer Organization and Private milk collecting centers Ratio of Organization Number Collected milkDairy Co-operative 117 74Private milk collecting center 63 26 17
  • 18. Number of Milk processing plants Plants / Factories Number1. UHT 152. Pasteurize 603. Cheese 84. Other milk product 82 - Condensed milk 5 - Other dairy product 65 18
  • 19. Volume and Value of Ready to drink milk consumption in Thailand Pasteurize and UHT Drinking yogurt Total milkyear Volume Value Volume Value Volume Value (103 (103 (103 (tons) mil.Baht) (tons) mil.Baht) (tons) mil.Baht) 545, 17.6 218, 763,92001 003 3 937 9.96 40 27.59 585, 18.6 213, 799,72002 991 8 762 9.88 53 28.56 609, 19.8 213, 822,42004 399 1 091 9.93 90 29.74 19
  • 20. Milk and Milk product imported on 2005 Volume Value Type of Product (Tons) (mil.Baht)1. Skim milk Powder 69,671 6,3802. Supplement 33,635 4,3363. Whole milk powder 29,092 2,5394. Whey 46,916 1,5015. Butterfat 10,938 1,1586. Other 42,772 3,959 Total 233,024 19,873 20
  • 21. Milk and Milk product exported on 2005 Volume Value Type of Product (Tons) (mil.Baht)1. Sweetened Condensed Milk (with palm oil formula) 110,503 4,7972. Condensed Milk 46,458 1,5893. Sweetened Condensed Milk 26,351 9154. Ice Cream 14,288 7326. Other 76,287 2,868 Total 273,886 10,902 21
  • 22. Raw milk Cost / Price and milk production vate Cost Price Milk production vateyear (Baht / Kg) (Baht / Kg) (Kg/head/day)1999 7.47 10.94 11.912000 7.56 11.17 11.502001 8.00 11.33 11.532002 8.15 11.34 11.152003 8.20 11.38 11.592004 8.35 11.38 11.60 22
  • 23. Production and Consumption drinking milk Production Consumption Percapitayear (Tons) (Tons) (Kg/head/year) 557,401999 0 550,150 8.90 580,002000 0 572,460 9.17 610,002001 0 602,070 9.57 600,502002 0 651,910 10.19 683,602003 0 674,700 10.46 773,582004 2 763,526 12.03 23
  • 24. Comprehensive Dairy Technology Modernization Technology for Dairy Farm ManagementTechnology Dairy for Dairy MarketingProcessing Management
  • 25.  Dairy Farm Management : - Establishment of dairy herd improvement system to increase productivities over time. - Reduction of farmers’ cost of production for example use of local roughage instead of highly concentrate feed, dairy cattle feed controlling system, nonproductive cows culling management and more appropriate cow milking for hygienic raw milk. - The provision of advance techniques in artificial insemination, animal feed, and animal sanitation . - The establishment of dairy cattle and movement controlling system for diseases prevention. - Good management practices of raw milk collection and transportation . - Farm management technology transfer and milk quality assurance. - Training of farmers. 25
  • 26.  Modern Technology for Dairy Processing :- Construction of milk processing factories using modern technologies to manufacture various milk product, for instance, butter, milk powder etc. 26
  • 27.  Marketing Management .- The establishment of marketing and sales promotion using well-known brands of investor or alternatively with creation of new brands.- Expansion of domestic and foreign markets for Thailand dairy products. 27
  • 28.  The project welcomes leaders of dairy export countries to submit proposal for development 28
  • 29.  The duration of the project is approximately 5 years. 29
  • 30. The previous campaign “MILK FOR ALL” 30
  • 31. SCHOOL MILK PROGRAM 31
  • 32. THANK YOU 32
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