If the Australian Dairy Plan is a success, what will people say about Australian dairy in 2025?

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If the Australian Dairy Plan is a success, what will people say about Australian dairy in 2025? What would you expect to see in 2025?

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7 months ago

There has been numerous plans put out by the dairy industry none have been implemented People will say what shelf did they put that plan on

7 months ago

Gee I’m glad the dairy plan (2019) was implemented within weeks after consultations with all parties and the transparency in the industry is great again, now fair for all and looking after our own country before others. No rooms for fat cats, and corporations under cutting each other anymore. It is now an industry that the next generation want to be involved in once more, local communities are back on the build which is the backbone of our country.

7 months ago

People will look to Australian dairy farmers with admiration for the strong business management skills they have and the quality milk they produce.
This outcome will have been underpinned by professional services from RDPs and quality research

6 months ago

People will look back and say - Australia values its dairy farmers and dairy product and has been innovative in how it exports high quality value added product

6 months ago

People will look back and say, Australia really does value Australian dairy farmers and Australian dairy products, and has been innovative in producing high quality, value added dairy products for export.

6 months ago

Pursuing increased export of powdered milk products in Asian markets would likely encourage additional growth and profitability in the industry. It wouldn't be overly difficult to undercut the illegal trade market with legitimate trade deals that benefit producers and consumers alike.

As well as proactive education and marketing strategies to combat misleading propaganda published by fringe groups focussed on demonising and dehumanizing the industry.
This is in addition the industry's detractors on going efforts towards misleading consumers in regards to the health benefits of dairy by p...

5 months ago

That the dairy industry has stopped contracting, & is stable or e en expanding. That DA had the courage to finally do the hard things rather than tinkering around the edges. That dairy farmers finally have more control over the price of tneir product. That the supermarket duopoly has also been held to account for their role in the demise so far. Do we want to be like some overseas countries where real fresh milk is hard to access). Farmer Industry bodies are consolidated and transparent and are not involved with processors. That aussie farmers have access to 1st class technology either through earn...

5 months ago

Dairy farmers have reduced their cost of production and their carbon footprint with one simple solution. DA have helped ensure that every dairy farm has at least one species of dung beetle added to their farm and that every farm will have at least 4 species (one for each season) on farm by 2030. DA has helped plant one million trees on dairy farms, (that's only 200 trees per farm). Make stuff happen and stop wasting money on meetings. Just do it.

4 months ago

If the Australian Dairy Plan is a success, what will people say about Australian dairy in 2025?

People will say:

That the Australian Dairy Industry is customer-focused and produces reasonably-priced, healthy, dairy-products, humanely and sustainably.

That the Australian Dairy Industry supports new companies and new products, that people want, such as Humanely-Produced Milk, A2 Milk and Raw Milk.

That the Australian Dairy Industry does not support, engage in, cover-up, or ignore, inhumane, misleading and deceptive conduct.

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