Posts Tagged ‘cheese’
Is a World Scale Dairy Industry possible in Western Australia?
Western Dairy 2021 Investment Breakfast Recently I presented to the Western Dairy business breakfast in Busselton. This is an annual event, and I was asked to present on behalf of the Western Australian section of the Dairy Industry Association of Australia. (DIAA) www.diaa.asn.au I have been a member of this association and starting in…Read More
Australian Cheese – a lot exported and a lot imported
Australia prides itself on being an export nation for dairy products. One of the major exports is Cheese. Looking at some figures that are available, freely on the Internet from credible sources, that is the USDA. It can be seen that Australia exports something like 45% of the cheese that is made in the country.…Read More
Projected milk requirement for Western Australia.
Demand for milk in Western Australia is growing by 2 litres per capita every year. This is due to the increases in cheese consumption The population is growing by 1.5%+ every year, this is approximately 39,000 people, each of whom consumes 355 litres of milk every year. This requires a total of 13.85 million litres…Read More
Market failure in the Western Australian Dairy Industry
MARKET FAILURE IS DEFINED AS “ILLOGICAL ACTIONS TAKING PLACE FOR SEEMINGLY LOGICAL REASONS.” Currently there are farmers going out of business while the state is NOT SELF SUFFICIENT IN DIARY PRODUCTS. The agricultural resources exist in Western Australia for complete self sufficiency in dairy and possibly a great export industry, however a series of events…Read More