The low price of dairy products is making it hard for German dairy farmers to make a living. Incomes plunged by up to 30 percent last year.
As dairy farming in Europe becomes more industrialized, one British initiative is pushing for free-range milk. It's betting on demand for moo-juice from cows on meadows over milk from cows locked away on mega-farms.
European dairy farmers have been experiencing their worst crisis in decades. Across Britain and France in particular, thousands of farmers have been forced out of business. Elsewhere, controversial indoor farming methods are increasingly being used. The solution? Some think it's a return to traditional dairy production.
Tanzanian farmers are looking for opportunities to grow and sustain their business in complex environments. This requires not only improved inputs and technology but also new thinking, says Anaclet Rwegayura.
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