Not only did the team lead the dairy farmers to study abroad, but after the landing, the counselors took care of the farm conditions, shared learning with the dairy farmers, and implemented the sustainable development of Taiwan's dairy industry. In the recently announced International Food Evaluation Awards, Ruisui Fresh Milk won the Monde Selection World Quality Evaluation Award Gold Award and the iTi Belgian Flavor Award for the sixth consecutive year, successfully leading Taiwan fresh milk to reach a new milestone. Behind the dazzling medals on the product packaging is the traces of Ruisui Fresh Milk supporting the upgrading of Taiwan's dairy and dairy farming industries and working together with the overall industrial chain. Brand photo 1 Photo Credit: Mizuho Fresh Milk Study abroad: Ruisui Fresh Milk Team joins hands with 25-year-old dairy farmer "Xiaohe" to flip the pasture
Carefully observe the DHI data of the cattle in front old picture restoration of the computer screen, and confirm the feeding status of the cattle from the chart. Guo Jianhe "Xiaohe", the second-generation dairy farmer of one of the Mizuho Fresh Milk Cooperative Ranch, is only 25 years old, but he is already the main manager of the farm. The use of scientific and technological management has brought a new look to traditional animal husbandry. "I always planned to take over the operation of my family's ranch, but it wasn't until I attended the Israeli education and training course held by Mizuho Fresh Milk in my sophomore year that I realized for the first time that cattle raising can be so advanced!" Like Xiaohe to dairy farmers There are more and more young people with aspirations in the industry, and Ruisui Fresh Milk has no age limit. Many places are open to second-generation dairy farmers who can go abroad
with the team to study friendly animal husbandry and innovative management, and cultivate the world's advanced education. The reason for the localization of Niu Technology is to look forward to the possibility of making this growth momentum overturn Taiwan's fresh milk. In 2017, Xiaohe and his team went to Israel to learn the "dry milking" technology, adjusting the original method of washing cow udders and then milking, cleaning cow udders through disinfection and sterilization, and improving the ratio of raw milk quality to A-grade milk. In addition, in 2019, he went to Denmark to study the ranch management model, and gradually established the SOP system and KPI concept to help the ranch operate more efficiently. It also indirectly motivated Xiaohe to create a system of "little ranch supervisors" to alleviate the problems that Taiwan's dairy farming is more likely to face. Manpower shortage.