Pure Farming, Powered by Map of Ag is pleased to announce the launch of its upcoming webinar series, ‘Navigating Dairy Supply Chain Challenges to Meet Consumer Demands.’ This series of webinars is designed for supply chain professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge of the dairy industry and provide insights and strategies for meeting modern-day consumer expectations.
The series will be hosted by a team of independent subject matter experts who are recognized as global pioneers within the food supply chain. With over 15 years of experience working with a wide range of clients, including retailers, processors, pharmaceutical companies, and industry representative bodies, our expert team specialises in adding value through consultancy on all aspects of production, animal health and welfare using real-time data capture and innovative data analytics.
Throughout this series of webinars, our expert team will share their wealth of knowledge and experience to help you navigate the complex challenges faced by ever-evolving consumer expectations, providing advice on strategies to meet these while also improving engagement and productivity at a farm level.
The first webinar, titled ‘Understanding your scope 3 emissions- using simple modeling at farm level to target reduction strategies,’ will be held on May 23rd from 1.00 pm to 2.00 pm. Speakers Hugh Martineau and James Husband will explore how to model farms and apply different scenarios to quantify the effects of changes on GHG emissions and protein/nitrogen efficiency.
The second webinar, titled ‘Protecting Your Brand: Strategies for Mitigating Potential Risks,’ will be held on June 7th from 1.00 pm to 2.00 pm. Speakers Julia Moorhouse and Richard Cooper will focus on two areas – calves and Johne’s disease, exploring strategies to mitigate the risks associated with these areas.
The final webinar, titled ‘Optimising herd health and promoting responsible use of pharmaceuticals in the dairy industry,’ will be held on June 15th from 1.00 pm to 2.00 pm. Speakers Jude Roberts, Graham Baird and James Breen will discuss maintaining a healthy herd and responsible use of medicines, highlighting the benefits of a strategic approach to herd health.< View more articles