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Canadian Dairy Market - An Overview. Global Dairy. World Largest Producers. - Million Tons - Calendar Year 2004. Canadian Dairy at a glance. Canadian milk renowned for excellence Quality Standards in farms & processing plants

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world largest producers
World Largest Producers

- Million Tons

- Calendar Year 2004

canadian dairy at a glance
Canadian Dairy at a glance
  • Canadian milk renowned for excellence Quality Standards in farms & processing plants
  • in 2005, dairy production generated farm receipts of $ 4.8 Billion
  • Dairy industry ranks fourth in the agriculture sector
  • About 81% of farms located in Ontario and Quebec, 13% Western, 6% Atlantic
  • Dairy population 1,546,300 heads (approx. 1,048,600 dairy cows (Jan’06 est.)
  • Typical Canadian farm has 60 cows
  • Nearly 38,000 people work on dairy farms, 26,000 primary processing
  • Canadian dairy works under Supply Management System
      • Planned domestic production
      • Administered pricing
      • Dairy product import controls
  • In 2005, approx. 463 dairy processing plants (295 Federally inspected plants)
at a glance

38 %

9 %

8 %

1 %

33 %

3 %

4 %

2 %

2 %

…. At a glance

Production 2004/0575,237,235 Hectolitres

Dairy Cash Receipts (2005)$ 4,841,686,000

Number of farms with shipments of milk or cream (Jul 05)16,224

Dairy Cows (Jan 05)1,006,400

Dairy Heifers (Jan 05)498,600

at a glance1
…. At a glance
  • Canadian dairy famous for superior genetic quality of its cattle herd
  • Live dairy cattle exports for breeding to NA, EU and Asia Pacific
  • Canadian cows enrolled on official milk recording
    • Produce average of 9,442 Kg of milk per cow (305 days lactation)
    • Canadian milk has an average content 3.21% protein & 3.76% fat
  • The Holstein is most common dairy breed (93% of dairy herd)
  • OIE standards are being put in place
  • Processing of Dairy Products
  • Fluid milk market (table & fresh cream ) represents 38% of milk production(28.3 M Hect Ltr)
  • Manufactured dairy products butter,cheese, yogurt & IC accounts 62%(6.5 M hectolitres)
  • Processing sector is concentrated
    • 16% plants owned by 3 large processors Saputo, Agropur, Parmalat
    • Process approx. 70% of the milk produced
at a glance2
…. At a glance
  • Quality & Safety
  • Government & various partners closely coordinate movement - “Farm to consumer”
    • Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC), Dairy Processors Association of Canada (DPAC)
    • The Canadian dairy commission (CDC), Provincial Marketing Boards
    • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) , Canadian dairy industry
  • Canadian Dairy Commission (CDC) supports the industry
      • Implement National policies
      • Assessing changes in demand for milk and dairy products
      • Production of milk
      • Coordinating the pooling of milk revenue and market sharing system
  • Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) responsible for
      • Setting standards for dairy products
      • Plant inspections
      • Regulating packaging and labelling
      • Enforces veterinary health programs
      • Ensure safety of dairy products
international trade
International Trade
  • In 2005, Canada exported
    • Cheeses 27.1%
    • Dairy spreads 18%
    • Ice cream 16 %
  • Major markets for dairy
    • United States 48.1%
    • EU 12.9% (UK 12.9%)
  • Canadian dairy exports 2005 $ 242.6 Million imports 597.6 Million
  • Major Imports
    • Cheeses 29.2%
    • Casein and derivatives 18.3%
    • Butter and fats & oils 11.6%
    • Whole milk powder 10.6 %
  • Our major suppliers
    • EU-25 38.6%
    • New Zealand 23.9%
    • United States 22.8%
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Breeds & Average Production - Nationwide

Yearly Production – 2005 basis

slide13

Average Raw Milk Yield per Cow

CountryKgs / Year

Canada 9,500

United States 8,235

Japan 7,400

European Union 6,000

Australia 4,906

New Zealand 3,700

Mexico 1,397

2003 Comparison

milk utilization per class
Milk Utilization per Class

Class 1 Fluid milk, Fluid cream & Milk-based beverages

Class 2Yogurt, Sour cream & Ice-cream

Class 3 Speciality cheese & Cheddar

Class 4 a,b,c,dButter, Butteroil, Powders, Concentrated milk & unclassified products

Class 4 m Marginal markets

Class 5 a, b,cSpecial classes – Dairy ingredients

Class 5 dSpecial classes – Planned exports and other exports

day to day challenges to dairy purchasing
Day to day Challenges to Dairy Purchasing
  • Closely Monitor Production
  • Ensure Food safety
  • Maintain a close tab on type of Cows & yields by type
  • Support prices
  • Other influencing factors to the dairy market
  • Farm income
  • Herds average age – cows on feed
  • Quality of milk – buying discount
  • Milk processing costs etc
  • An eye over the industry future developments
  • Milk collection centers performance
  • Seasonality impacts , weather
  • Logistics / avoid transit losses
  • Innovation support
  • Environmental protection
  • Long-term contracts
  • Strategic partnering to ensure sustained supply and desired quality
  • Industry regulations and developments
  • Key competition for Nestle / Key players???
  • Stay on top to meet or beat above Challenges