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India: eFeed Unveils Innovative Research Platform to Drive Sustainable Dairy Solutions

India 03.04.2024
Source: The DairyNews
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eFeed, a leading advocate for sustainable dairy practices, has launched a cutting-edge research platform aimed at catalyzing innovation in the dairy industry. Founder Kumar Ranjan emphasizes the platform's role as a catalyst for transformative ideas, facilitating their progression from concept to implementation.
India: eFeed Unveils Innovative Research Platform to Drive Sustainable Dairy Solutions
"In today's landscape, sustainable dairy practices are no longer optional but imperative," stated Kumar Ranjan. "Our platform is poised to ignite groundbreaking initiatives in sustainable dairy, providing the resources needed to translate ideas into practical solutions and conduct real-world trials."

The platform's design addresses pressing challenges confronting the dairy sector, including escalating methane emissions fr om cattle, the adverse impact of urea in feed on soil health, and the resultant depletion of groundwater levels.

India's vast cattle population, exceeding 300 million, underscores the urgency of private sector engagement in climate change mitigation efforts. "We stand at a pivotal juncture wh ere sustainable dairy practices are no longer a choice but a necessity," Ranjan emphasized.

The platform seeks collaboration from a diverse array of stakeholders, including researchers, academics, dairy experts, veterinarians, and industry players. This inclusive approach ensures a holistic strategy to combat industry challenges.

eFeed's overarching objectives span both developed and emerging economies, aiming to curtail methane emissions in developed nations while bolstering milk and meat production in emerging markets.

With its innovative research platform, eFeed is poised to revolutionize sustainable dairy practices, paving the way for a more environmentally conscious and economically viable dairy industry.
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