IFCN Dairy Report For a Better Understanding of Milk Production World- wide. Front Cover. International Farm Comparision Network. Kiel, Germany. IFCN . The IFCN Dairy Report summarises the annual re search work of the IFCN Growth in annual milk production volume world-wide to Eastern Europe. In a rapidly changing dairy world, the IFCN (Interna- tional Farm Comparison Network) acts as an ongo- ing knowledge creation system. It represents 98%.

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IFCN Dairy Conference: ‘Milk production will increase 50% per farm by 2030’

Robert Walker from Alltech observed: The culture at Maxum makes it such an enjoyable and fun place to work. However, with the desire to see more of the world I said goodbye to the corporate life and started a 6-month solo travelling adventure.

A key topic for discussion is the future role iccn new technologies in milk production. My wife Jaime is originally from Canada, so our daughter is first generation Australian but will erport doubt have a mixed accent, for a few years at least. I grew up in Melbourne and trained as a Microbiologist.

A tour of Australia with the school pipe band and rugby team was my first visit Dair. However, growth has started to slow down significantly in Aaron Bailey Sales Manager — MaxCare Born and bred a proud kiwi living in a small rural community now residing in Melbourne with my wife Nikaylamy passion for dairy has always been a part of me.

Maxum has a dynamic and enthusiastic team with decades of experience in the Dairy industry. I have a variety of interests and hobbies, including fine miniature painting, home brewing Melomels and ciders as well as playing with my children. After which I spent 4 years at ifcb services firm BDO attaining my qualification as a Chartered Accountant while developing skills across many different industries, all of which provided insight through their own unique business cultures and entrepreneurial challenges.


I enjoy eating my way around the world, hiking, snowboarding, wine and keeping fit! Inour family moved to the Gold Coast for more opportunities and warmer weather. I now live in Brisbane trying to control a young family. I am very fortunate to be a part of the Maxum foods family.

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I have worked in the Food industry for over 10 years wearing multiple hats, learning many aspects of food processing. An inclusive, vibrant and progressive business that offers support, opportunities and reward to those who are willing to have a crack.

Ifcb culture at Maxum is fantastic. I moved to Australia with my husband 3 years ago and we love the outdoor lifestyle with our active toddler.

I love working at Maxum Foods, they have a great friendly and fun atmosphere. This ensures our sales team have the tools to continue providing a fantastic service and product to our customers.

I joined Maxum in as part of the Stock Feed Quality Assurance Team- to increase customer satisfaction and product quality.

Between now and worldwide demand growth for milk and milk products will be three times the level of current US milk production. I started at Maxum in and spent three years in the Food business before moving into the Animal Nutrition side where in we launched the MaxCare Milk Replacer range and along with our dedicated team this is where I now spend my time.

I previously worked in the Pharmacy industry in inventory and logistics roles for 13 years before joining Maxum Foods in August One of the things that I love most about my job is that it gives me the opportunity to meet people from different cultures and backgrounds. I grew up in the hinterland of Southern Brazil where I started my career working for a large meat producer and exporter.

I joined Maxum for the culture and opportunity for growth. I joined Maxum Foods in May I have worked in a range of industries from hospitality, health and fitness to sales and marketing before entering the dairy industry almost five years ago. After being an avid traveller, setting off to experience the world, I settled in Melbourne where I recently completed a Science Degree in food and human nutrition.


I am passionate about Australian Agriculture and am very proud to be involved in the Australian Dairy Industry. Thomas Hayler Management Accountant Born and bred in Brisbane, I am passionate about the city that has offered me many opportunities to succeed.

Speaking in advance of the conference, Dr. After completing a Bachelor of Business at QUT, I started working in the freight forwarding and logistics industry where I soon realised that my passion was in customer service and sales. The synergy and enthusiasm of the Maxum team is unparalleled. After 3 years of travelling, I decided to make the move home to be closer to ifc and the sun.

IFCN Dairy Conference: ‘Milk production will increase 50% per farm by ’ – Maxum Foods

I enjoy competing in tennis and fun run events with my two children. Born and raised in the Waikato, New Zealand, Dairy is in my repotr.

Better technology will also help to interpret data to make production more efficient and help to safeguard resources. I feel fortunate to be part of a dynamic and innovative Australian company within the Dairy Industry.

I love working at Maxum because of the energetic nature of the company. Outside of sport, Dary love nothing more than eating cheese and enjoying a glass of wine with my family and friends.

One phone call could be from a large food manufacturer in Sydney and the next call could be from a farmer in central Victoria.