New Zealand Embassy Santiago, Chile

Greater cooperation on dairy sector productivity explored

The Embassy, through the New Zealand Science and Innovation Promotion Fund, was pleased to support the visit by Phil Beatson to Osorno to present on “The impact of sexed semen in New Zealand Dairy Systems” at a seminar on “New Technologies for the Dairy Sector” organised by Santo Tomas University and the milk producers association Aproleche.

During his visit, Mr Beatson visited farms to see Chilean dairy farming first hand, and discussed ways of increasing cooperation in agricultural technology with INIA Remehue, Aproleche and Santo Tomas University.

More information on the seminar can be found at www.aproleche.cl/detalle_noticia.php?idi=2969
and a video summary is available at www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVRhDKxwqvw
 

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