Sunday 25 February, 2024

Dairy farmers must engage as consumers want to know 'you care about your animals'

The growing gap between dairy farmers and society was one of the topics discussed at the recent LifeStart Calf Symposium organized by Trouw Nutrition and held at Nottingham University

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Dairy farmers must engage as consumers want to know 'you care about your animals'

Dairy farmers must engage with their customers and be prepared to change their practices if they are to retain their ‘social license' to farm said Prof Nina Von Keyserlingk, director of the animal welfare...

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