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Guide to good dairy farming practice









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    Guide to good dairy farming practice 2004 2004
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    This guide has been developed by an IDF/FAO Task Force on Good Dairy Farming Practices in a user-friendly format for dairy farmers. When adopted it will support the marketing of safe, quality-assured milk and dairy products, and focus on the relationship between consumer safety and best practice at farm level. The guidelines on individual practices have been drawn from existing schemes around the world but are not intended to be legally binding. They aim to provide a genuine framework for farm a ssurance schemes to be developed worldwide and give the opportunity for individual countries to develop schemes that are specific to their social, environmental, welfare and economic needs.
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    IDF Guide to Good Animal Welfare in Dairy Production 2.0
    Bulletin of the International Dairy Federation 498/2019
    2019
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    FAO technically contributed to the updated IDF Guide on Animal Welfare which aims to promote the implementation of good animal welfare practices in dairy production at global scale and refers to key standards (OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Code, and ISO Technical Specification 34700 :2016). This guide provides recommendations on: stockmanship, feed and water, physical environment, husbandry practices and health management. To assess the level of welfare for the animals in dairy production systems, example animal welfare outcome measures are proposed.
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    A farm-to-table approach for emerging and developed dairy countries
    IDF/FAO/OIE international symposium on dairy safety and hygiene Cape Town, 2-5 March 2004
    2005
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    This present document is the result of the international symposium on dairy safety and hygiene which was held in South Africa from 2 to 5 March 2004. It describe in the first session the role and contribution of International institutions dealing with dairy safety and hygiene in emerging and developed countries. The presentations of the second session are dealing with all the aspects of management practices for good dairy farming practices including animal health, feed supply, farm environment, animal welfare and milk hygiene. The reports of the third session are involved with the microbiological hazards during processing, the role of the rural milk processing technology with good manufacturing practices and the new developments in heating technologies. Food safety measures and management systems in dairy processing was the subject of the session 5 and the three papers presented in that document are essentially attributed to the HACCP concept in small and less developed dairy industry. The session six of the document is a series of examples of hygiene approach in dairy production chain in Southern Africa, Central Africa, India, Pakistan, China and Latin America

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