Competing in the increasingly globalized dairy market requires a solid understanding of the factors that drive trends in milk production and processing domestically and internationally.
In the Dairying Around the World session at Dairy Forum 2013, a panel of industry leaders will examine the factors that drive trends in milk production and processing domestically and internationally. Torsten Hemme, managing director of the International Farm Comparison Network Dairy Research Center based in Kiel, Germany, will share the Network’s latest analysis of farm-level trends and Benoît Rouyer, chief economist for the Centre National Interprofessionnel de l'Économie Laitière (CNIEL) in Paris, will present his most recent research and insights on production and processing trends. The panel will be moderated by Tim Hunt, executive director & global dairy strategist for Rabobank International.
Dairy Forum 2013 will be held January 27-30, 2013 at the JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes, Orlando, Fla. From perspectives on what the 2012 general election means for dairy to insights into global trade negotiations, Dairy Forum will examine how the world is changing and what dairy businesses need to do to stay competitive.