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DAIRY FARM

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on 20 November 2014

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Transcript of DAIRY FARM

DAIRY FARM
ENVIRONMENTAL / ECOLOGICAL COMPONENTS
ECONOMIC COMPONENTS
SOCIAL COMPONENTS
Soils
Land Base
Water
Climate
Crops / Feed
Waste
Labour
(Human Capital)
Labour
(Human Capital)
Financial Capital
(eg Credit Unions)
Animal
Welfare
Suburban
Neighbours
(Non-Farmers)
Neighbouring
Farmers
Organic Versus
Non-Organic
Mechanization /
Technology
PROCESSING / DISTRIBUTION
Transportation
Refrigeration /
Storage
Processing / Pasteurization
Pasteurization
Quality and Safety Control
Biota
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
Provincial
Federal
BC Dairy Association
Canadian Dairy
Industry Profile
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
(AAFC)
BC Food and Fisheries
BC Milk Marketing Board
BC Ministry of Agriculture
Dairy Farmers of Canada
Dairy Processors
of Canada Association
CONSUMER
Retailers /
Markets
Accounting
Veterinarians
BC Dairy Council
BC Farm Animal Care Council
BC Agriculture Council
Milk
Goals of the BC Dairy System
To produce quality milk that meets the standards of the Canadian Quality Milk Program by preventing, monitoring and reducing food safety risks on the farm and during the processing process

To promote the consumption of fluid milk and milk products

To promote environmental stewardship among farmers through the Environmental Farm Plan (EFP) and to manage potential conflicts between agricultural and environmental interests

To ensure BC is supplied with enough milk to meet demand while contributing to Canada's dairy products market through production of cheese, yoghourt and other processed milk product

To ensure dairy farming delivers a positive impact on the community and preserve a sustainable, valuable, and ethical industry

To invest in education and research and develop projects that benefit BC Dairy Farmers

To contribute to the Canadian economy by providing employment within the BC Dairy industry

To increase profits for farmers and the BC Dairy Industry's contribution to Canada's agricultural economy

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Dairy Farm, Government Agencies
Processsing / Distribution, Consumer
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KEY
1. Consumers demand milk. Quantity demanded by the consumer will impact the price of milk.

2. Increasing demand for organic products has resulted in greater supply of organic. Consumers perceptions towards organic products and practices further impacts demand.

3. Middle ground where consumers and farmers connect - informed public is concerned with the practices that are used in dairy production

4. BC Farm Animal Care Council is an organization of farmers who strive towards more responsible management of livestock.

5. Dairy Farmers of Canada is an organization of dairy farmers that works on national policy, lobbying and promotion within the industry.

6. Raw milk is processed for sale through the process of pasteurization

7. The Dairy Processors Association of Canada represents the interests of the dairy processing sector to the government of Canada, Dairy Farmers of Canada, Canadian Dairy Commission, and other federal/provincial agencies.


8. The BC Milk Marketing Board regulates the packaging and marketing of milk products. They authorize milk prices and allot milk quotas to licensed producers.

9. The BC Dairy Council represents the dairy processing industry in BC, and is charge of providing consumers with safe, high quality dairy products.

10. The Dairy Farmers of Canada developed the Canadian Quality Milk Program (CQM), a safety program that helps producers prevent food safety hazards and risks on their farms.

11. The BC Milk Marketing Board controls and regulates the transportation of milk products.

12. Tastes of consumers will impact the products that are produced.

13. Range of milk products available at the retailers will influence the options available for the consumers and their opportunities to make healthy choices.

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