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Nigerian Dairy Development Programme


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Poster prepared by Akinade Samson Adebayo for the ILRI-CTA African Dairy Value Chain Seminar, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-24 September 2014.

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Nigerian Dairy Development Programme

  1. 1. Nigerian Dairy Development Programme Akinade Samson Adebayo ILRI-CTA African Dairy Value Chain Seminar, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-24 September 2014
  2. 2. Nigeria Raw Milk Situation  Estimated number of Cattle heads is 16 million  About 95% of the cattle heads are local indigenous breeds mostly multi-purpose animals that produce meat, milk, draft, manure in constrained environments.  Over 60% owned by nomadic (or mobile) Fulani herders  Average milk supply per cow is < 2 litres/day due to several factors  Very few (< 20) intensive dairy farms and these farms are generally not well managed – low profitability  Imported milk powder accounts for around 75 % of raw materials used by Nigeria’s dairy industry to process dairy products
  3. 3. Strategy - Development 3 1. Collaboration of FrieslandCampina WAMCO (FCW) with Federal Ministry of Agriculture & International Fertilizer Development Centre (IFDC)-2SCALE project 2. Establish good PROFILE of FCW Dairy Development Programme (DDP) 3. Build Milk Bulking Centre in Oyo Iseyin, Oyo state. 4. Organize small holders, dairy farmers (grouping) and develop farmers’ capacity 5. Support established farms to achieve better quality of supplies – example Shonga Dairies 6. Focus on farm economic (reduce cost) and management: Create long term dairy farming sustainability and make milk price competitive
  4. 4. Strategy – Fresh milk intake 4 1. Create and safeguard farm milk quality, efficient collection & transport chain. 2. Provide Bulk tankers for milk transportation to factory 3. Supply fresh milk to factory inline with requirements and growth 4. Carry out modification of Company facilities and processes to accommodate fresh milk intake in line with growth 5. Encourage product development involving the use of fresh milk 6. Include fresh milk intake in Master Plan
  5. 5. Strategy – Quality 5 1. Establish improvement programs to achieve quality standards that conform to our corporate quality standard 2. Focus on Food Safety from farm level- from grass to glass approach. 3. Link quality and food safety as terms/conditions in raw milk supply contract. 4. Link milk price with milk quality – provide incentives for good quality
  6. 6. Dairy Development Program(DDP) Activities • Mobilization and training of potential raw milk suppliers • Training of extension agents from the Ministry of Agriculture to support in DDP training for farmers • Construction of solar powered boreholes in over 12 locations to aid milk hygiene and as part of corporate social responsibilities • Working together with Nigeria Institute of Trypanosomiasis and Onchocerciasis Research, Kaduna to control tsetse flies/trypanosomiasis in DDP operational areas. • Milk collection started in 2011 • Currently operating in 5 collection centres while we plan to roll out to other locations
  7. 7. DDP Expectations • The target is to collect 10% which amounts to 150,000 litres per day by 2016 • The plan is to achieve a TPC of less than 300,000 cfu/ml by December, 2016 • Fat and Total solids baselines are 4% and 12% respectively • Milk volume per cow should attain an average of 10 litres per cow • Small holder dairy where indigenous dairy farmers with few but highly productive cows to be encouraged • Good dairy farming to be employed at all levels • Quality parameters to be measured and monitored from grass to glass. • Farm economics and profitability to be given high priority • Animal health and disease prevention/control to also be of main concern
  8. 8. Thank You. Akinade Samson Adebayo