Thailand's multi-function DPO

January 2014
Dairy Industries International;Jan2014, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p26
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the measures taken by the Dairy Farming Promotion Organisation of Thailand (DPO) for promoting milk production and dairy processing in Thailand as of January 2014. Topics discussed include setting up processing plants in different regions of Thailand, providing technical support and training to local dairy farmers and setting up of a dairy farm by Thai-Danish Dairy Farm. Other topics discussed include a series of management and technology changes by the DPO.


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