Dairy Farming with a new approach

Dairy farming with a new approach includes

  1. Personalised customer service: Small-scale dairy farmers can develop personal relationships with their customers, providing customised service and tailoring their products to meet customer needs.
  2. Increased profitability: Small-scale dairy farming often allows farmers to sell their products at a premium price since customers are willing to pay more for locally sourced, high-quality dairy products.
  3. Improved animal welfare: Smaller herds allow farmers to provide more individualised care for each animal, ensuring their health and well-being. Often resulting in higher milk production from each animal.
  4. Diversification: Small-scale dairy farming can provide a source of income diversification for farmers who may also have other agricultural enterprises, such as vegetable or fruit production.
  5. Community support: Small-scale dairy farming can contribute to local economies and foster community support for small-scale agriculture. It increases awareness and appreciation for locally sourced products and supports sustainable farming practices.

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  1. While corporations may have certain advantages, such as access to more considerable capital and resources, there are also potential drawbacks to relying solely on this business model. Small-scale farming and local production can provide unique benefits, such as community support, personalised customer service, and a focus on sustainability.
  2. That means partnering with companies like Mejeriet and InventAgri can provide small-scale dairy farmers with the necessary equipment and expertise. Hands-on training can also be precious in ensuring farmers can effectively and efficiently utilise the equipment and technologies provided.
  3. Ultimately, whether or not to partner with a corporation should be based on individual circumstances and goals. Small-scale dairy farmers should carefully consider their priorities and resources and different business models’ potential benefits and drawbacks.

These are all valid and essential facts about small-scale dairy farming and production. Here are a few additional points to consider:

  1. Quality over quantity: Mejeriet believes mass amounts of milk don’t necessarily make a dairy product tastier or better. Smaller-scale production and more attention to detail often result in higher-quality products that consumers appreciate.
  2. Environmental impact: Small-scale dairy farming can also positively impact the environment by minimising transport and handling and reducing distances to consumers. Additionally, using lower-temperature pasteurisation and developing signature products can further reduce energy use and waste.
  3. Local support: Small-scale dairy farmers can often develop strong relationships with their local communities, leading to increased product support and greater community involvement.
  4. Product diversity: Small-scale dairy farmers can experiment with different products and flavour profiles, allowing them to develop unique and personalised offerings to set them apart in the market.
  5. Mejeriet’s support: With the support and expertise of Mejeriet, small-scale dairy farmers can access essential resources and knowledge that can help them succeed in their business endeavours.


Starting a dairy requires planning, research, and some investment. It’s essential to consider location, market demand, regulatory requirements, financial capability, and management skills.

 Consulting with experienced dairy farmers, agricultural experts, or Mejeriet can also be valuable in developing a successful strategy for your specific situation.