Competitive Dairy Value Chains in                        South-East Asia                   Asian dairy: Gain or Pain?     ...
“Seeing is believing”   “Time for changes”“Result oriented means   “Learning by Doing     team work”              principl...
2001: Established at Leeuwarden, The Netherlands 2003: Extension of team and its activities 2010: 8 staff members + associ...
First (inception) phaseACTIVITIES:     investigations.........-   Partners, Authorities & (local) government-   Project lo...
Investigation actual situation in rural areas
Investigation local dairy situation and its                 trends
Second phase: Implementation of programSelection and training of local staffSelection of demonstration sitesChange of hard...
Start: always select a motivated team of experts!
Transfer of knowledge: theory and practise
Introduction of other technology and hardware
Old farming situation!
New dairy situation: cow comfort and......improved working         circumstances for animals and people
Input latest techniques: analyse equipments for SCC
Discussions and demonstration to local farming families
On-farm talks between Producers and Processors: its all about                Cost reduction & Food Safety!
Major Result: Better & efficient daily dairyfarm management routines, wherein milkquality thus food safety for consumerssa...
Farmers copy new technology and inputs
Animal- and environmental friendly dairy farming
Quality Risk Management Systems: safe production against a low    cost-price per kg milk leads to improved farmers income
Only accept ‘Reliable partners’Recognize but accept cultural differencesInput of realistic budgets & availabilitycredit fa...
‘NO GAIN WITHOUT PAIN’                         Only professionals can do the job!                          Contact us: www...
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On December 8 and 9, a Dairy Expert Roundtable Meeting on “Competitive Dairy Value Chains in Southeast Asia” was held in Muak Lek, Thailand. In this regional meeting, participants from six countries in Southeast Asia discussed how the relatively small dairy value chains could be more competitive and sustainable.

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  1. 1. Competitive Dairy Value Chains in South-East Asia Asian dairy: Gain or Pain? December 2010Mr. Siebren van der Zwaag, DVM Director
  2. 2. “Seeing is believing” “Time for changes”“Result oriented means “Learning by Doing team work” principles”
  3. 3. 2001: Established at Leeuwarden, The Netherlands 2003: Extension of team and its activities 2010: 8 staff members + associated experts Implementation: 250 Agricultural projects in 41 countries Core business: Professional dairy development in small scale – medium scale – large scale Focus: Vietnam, Indonesia, China, Nigeria, Russia, Ukraine, Balkan- and Middle-East regions.www.thefriesian.nl
  4. 4. First (inception) phaseACTIVITIES: investigations.........- Partners, Authorities & (local) government- Project location(s)- Infrastructure & logistics- Regional information
  5. 5. Investigation actual situation in rural areas
  6. 6. Investigation local dairy situation and its trends
  7. 7. Second phase: Implementation of programSelection and training of local staffSelection of demonstration sitesChange of hardware (f.e. barn equipment)Use of analyze equipment and dataregistrationImplementation of new farm developmentand strategies!
  8. 8. Start: always select a motivated team of experts!
  9. 9. Transfer of knowledge: theory and practise
  10. 10. Introduction of other technology and hardware
  11. 11. Old farming situation!
  12. 12. New dairy situation: cow comfort and......improved working circumstances for animals and people
  13. 13. Input latest techniques: analyse equipments for SCC
  14. 14. Discussions and demonstration to local farming families
  15. 15. On-farm talks between Producers and Processors: its all about Cost reduction & Food Safety!
  16. 16. Major Result: Better & efficient daily dairyfarm management routines, wherein milkquality thus food safety for consumerssafeguarded by all working in the dairy chain!Herein: care for......Animal WelfareEnvironmental protection (aim for: energy-neutral)Working circumstance peopleProfitability = income for all working in the dairychain!
  17. 17. Farmers copy new technology and inputs
  18. 18. Animal- and environmental friendly dairy farming
  19. 19. Quality Risk Management Systems: safe production against a low cost-price per kg milk leads to improved farmers income
  20. 20. Only accept ‘Reliable partners’Recognize but accept cultural differencesInput of realistic budgets & availabilitycredit facilitiesRemember: Developments in dairy arealways on the long-term (min. 2 to 5 years)Practical implementation (f.e. + visit to theNetherlands) - “Learning by doing aspect” - “Seeing is believing aspect”
  21. 21. ‘NO GAIN WITHOUT PAIN’ Only professionals can do the job! Contact us: www.thefriesian.nl

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