Dairyland has a lot to look forward to in the next couple of years.
It’s the first state-owned dairy in Australia.
And its an industry that’s growing at an impressive rate.
Dairyland is also a key contributor to Australia’s $1.9 trillion economy.
So, to mark International Dairy Month, the state’s Department of Primary Industries is releasing a series of plans aimed at promoting the growth of cooperative dairy farms.
Dairy Minister, Peter Collier, is hoping the plans will be a way to show off Australia’s growing dairy industry and boost the country’s export prospects.
The State Government is hoping these plans will boost dairy exports and create jobs in the dairy industry.
The plans come as the dairy sector has been battered by low dairy prices.
The Australian Dairy Products Association estimates Australia’s dairy sector is in recession.
It predicts dairy exports will fall by 20% next year.
But there’s a good chance they’ll rebound.
The dairy industry in Australia has seen strong growth over the past few years.
But, with dairy prices falling and demand growing, it is now the biggest consumer of Australian milk, the most expensive food commodity in the world.
The growth of dairy is partly driven by rising demand from China, and the popularity of dairy products in emerging markets.
And, according to a recent report by the Australian Industry Group, Australia’s market for milk is expected to be worth $1 trillion by 2020.
The Dairy Industry Council says it has also seen a significant increase in the number of dairy farms over the last couple of decades.
Dairy industry groups say the plans have a positive impact on the Australian dairy industry, and create opportunities for new, smaller, and local businesses.
One of the biggest challenges is finding people with the right skills and experience.
Dairy business experts say they can be found all over Australia, but there’s only a small number of people who are passionate about dairy.
They are passionate in their passion for the industry, but they’re also passionate about supporting local communities, farming community and other local industries.
So they can really be the bridge between small farmers and large-scale producers.