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Uzbekistan to host Dairy Olympics 2023 during 21-26 May

The five-day event also discusses the role of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh as future importers and self-sufficient markets

Dairy Olympics 2023 will be held in Uzbekistan during 21-26 May in partnership with Agritechnica and EuroTier. As part of the international conference program to be held with over 400 visitors, themed tours to farms and processing plants will be organised.

At the 14th Dairy Olympics, an international conference event addressing region-relevant dairy topics is being held this year in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, where the DLG (German Agricultural Society) will be contributing with its dairy know-how and management as well as farm equipment expertise. DLG’s two world-leading Germany-based exhibitions, Agritechnica, the international agricultural machinery exhibition, and EuroTier, the trade fair for animal farming and livestock management, will feature as partners with a contributing expert participating in the conference program from 21-26 May.

Designated as an official Agritechnica on Tour stop, which explores regional farm machinery topics, the Dairy Olympics is expected to attract 400 visitors from neighbouring countries including Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, as well as international experts.

The venue of Uzbekistan is interesting as it is not only one of the most populous countries in Central Asia but also one of the youngest. Agriculture plays an important role in the overall economy, employing over a quarter of the workforce, with a government program seeking to reform the sector, using modern genetics, production methods and a consistent feed system. Water management is a major challenge and the country is still coping with the legacy of its recent past. Some 27 million hectares of arable land represent 63 per cent of Uzbekistan’s total land area.

The five-day event not only explores the Uzbek dairy sector in-depth but also discusses the role of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh as future importers and self-sufficient markets, as well as the position of Turkey in the region. Current technological, social and humanitarian challenges in the industry will be topics of discourse throughout the conference, a highlight of which will be the DLG’s expert contribution, entitled ‘Crises and sustainability policies: impact on dairy farming’ and presented by Dr Olga Hunger, Area Director Eastern Europe, DLG.

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