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  1. 1. DUTCH-UKRAINIAN dairy sector project “INFOMOLOKO” Artem Milshyn, 23-04-2008 The Hague, The Netherlands
  2. 2. CONTENTS  Project description  Project activities  Evaluated events  Future events and activities  Market survey “Milk sector of Ukraine”  Weaknesses and possibilities of Ukrainian raw milk branch 2
  3. 3. Project description  Dutch-Ukrainian dairy sector project “Infomoloko” is created within frames of intergovernmental cooperation between The Netherlands and Ukraine “Development of dairy sector of Ukraine”  It is a three-years project  Project is financed by Dutch Ministry of economic affairs  Dutch agriconsunting company The Friesian is implementing the project 3
  4. 4. Aim of the project To increase culture of milk production on all stages “from field to consumer” by involving professional Dutch companies for qualitative cooperation and transfer of leading experience and modern technologies to Ukrainian colleagues 4
  5. 5. Project activities  marketing surveys of current situation of raw milk production and processing in Ukraine  expertise analysis of demands and problems of the sector for further development of strategy on the level of companies and step-by-step plan for improvement of culture of dairy products production  development of projects, feasibility studies, business-plans, SWOT- analysis of dairy farms and milk processing plants  two dairy tours to The Netherlands for directors of Ukrainian milk processing plants and dairy farms with aim of acquaintance with leading technologies, examples of modern solutions in dairy production chain, individual matchmaking with Dutch companies  organization of specialized probation for specialists of Ukrainian milk processing plants and dairy farms on leading Dutch plants and farms  implementation of two pilot projects: on milk processing plant – modern line for cheese production “Cheese machine”; on dairy farm – innovative solution of manure storage and handling  intergovernmental cooperation 5
  6. 6. Evaluated events  Official opening. Seminar. Dutch dairy mission to Ukraine  Location: Kiev, Ukraine  Date: 07 July 2008  Dutch participants:  CRV  Bles Dairies Livestock BV  Delta Instruments BV  Imtech Projects Noord-Oost BV  Royal de Boer Stalinrichtingen BV  Steenbergen International BV  Van den Heuvel Dairy and Food Equipment BV  Number of Ukrainian participants ~ 50 people 6
  7. 7. Evaluated events Ukrainian dairy processing mission to The Netherlands  Location: The Netherlands  Date: 16-20 November 2008  Ukrainian participants :  Chaplynskiy Butter Plant  Ivanovsky Butter Plant  Molis  Kupyansky  Terra-Food  Tesmo-m  Khmelnitska MasloSyrbaza  Koropsky Syrzavod  Molochna Krayina  Ukrainian Union of Dairy Enterprises  Radomilk  Kharkivskiy Molokozavod  Number of Dutch participants ~20 companies7
  8. 8. Participation in other events  IFC Workshop “Dairy Enterprise Supply Chain Development”  Location: Kiev, Ukraine  Date: September 2008  Participants: 10 Ukrainian companies  Exhibition “InterAgro-2009”  Location: Kiev, Ukraine  Date: February 2009 8
  9. 9. Participation in other events Second Dairy congress  Location: Kiev, Ukraine  Date: February 2009  Participants: 140 Ukrainian dairy farmers  Dutch economic mission to Odessa  Location: Odessa, Ukraine  Date: September 2008  Participants: 17 Dutch companies, active in Ukraine 9
  10. 10. Future events and activities  PESP-SWOT  Location: Ukraine  Date: Summer-Autumn 2009  Participants: 10 Ukrainian dairy farms and processing farms  Dutch economic mission to Ukraine  Location: Ukraine  Date: October 2009 10
  11. 11. Market survey “Milk sector of Ukraine”  Prepared by  ASSOCIATION “UKRAINIAN AGRIBUSINESS CLUB”  Contents  Dairy Production Sector  Common Supply Chain Characteristic  Investment in milk production  Vertical integration in the dairy sector of Ukraine  Agricultural policies on milk production and processing  Foreign trade  Consumption of milk products  10 processing and 12 farms PESP basis 11
  12. 12. Market survey “Milk sector of Ukraine” 12  Cow population in Ukraine
  13. 13. Market survey “Milk sector of Ukraine”  Structure of the cow population across various farms 13 2006 2007 2008 2006 2007 2008 up to 10 1380 1295 1138 6,3 5,7 5,0 79% 10-49 1668 1383 1013 45,2 36,8 26,8 59% 50-99 1174 969 742 82,7 68,7 51,9 63% 100-199 1291 1118 948 180,0 155,6 131,0 73% 200-499 1202 1017 900 355,4 305,4 274,3 77% 500-999 247 230 215 155,5 148,1 139,3 90% Over 1,000 32 31 36 41,1 43,7 50,2 122% Total 6994 6043 4992 866,2 764 678,603 - Number of cows Number of agro-enterprises in the category Total number of cows by category, (1,000 heads) Change ’08 to ’06
  14. 14. Market survey “Milk sector of Ukraine”  Productivity of dairy livestock by various farms 14 Number Share in the total, % 1,000. tones Share in the total, % Number Share in the total, % 1,000. tones Share in the total, % under 1000 1019 16,2 35,1 1,5 1008 18,7 34,9 1,7 1001– 2000 1820 28,9 251,9 10,8 1470 27,3 218,8 10,5 2001– 3000 1632 26,0 473,7 20,4 1323 24,6 388,3 18,7 3001– 4000 934 14,8 546,9 23,5 759 14,1 430,0 20,7 4001– 5000 480 7,6 459,7 19,8 428 8,0 438,7 21,2 5001– 6000 229 3,6 298,1 12,8 200 3,7 292,2 14,1 more than 6000 181 2,9 257,9 11,2 195 3,6 271,2 13,1 Enterprises – total 6295 100,0 2323,3 100,0 5383 100,0 2074,1 100,0 Productivity, kg /cow 2006 2007 Number of agro-enterprises in the category Total milk yield Number of agro-enterprises in the category Total milk yield
  15. 15. Market survey “Milk sector of Ukraine” 15  Raw milk production in Ukraine (1990-2007) 1990 1995 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Dairy farms 6.2 4.6 1.7 1.4 1.1 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.7 Households 2.2 2.9 3.2 3.3 3.2 3 2.8 2.7 2.5 Total 8.4 7.5 4.9 4.7 4.3 3.9 3.6 3.4 3.1 Dairy farms 3 1.9 2.1 2.2 2.1 2.5 2.9 3.2 3.1 Households 2.7 2.7 3.1 3.2 3.2 3.4 3.6 3.9 3.8 Total 2.9 2.2 2.7 2.9 2.9 3.2 3.5 3.6 3.6 Yield, t/cow: Cows in milk, miln. heads:
  16. 16. Weaknesses and possibilities  The prevalence of households in the total raw milk supply  Seasonal difference of raw milk production by households and dairy farms  Low quality of raw milk  Feed production is not efficient (poor quality, no cost efficiency)  Lack of investments in dairy farming, high bank interest rates  Logistics and infrastructure (milk collection, storing and distribution) is underdeveloped and rather expensive  The absence of manure processing systems at the majority of enterprises, and first of all, at smaller ones………… 16
  17. 17. Possibilities            Start up and move! 17
  18. 18. 18 Thank You e-mail: info@infomoloko.com.ua www.infomoloko.com.ua attention is appreciated questions are welcomeYOUR !

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