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december, 2022

03dec09:3012:30Dairy farming feed costs: innovation, change and efficiencyConference09:30 - 12:30 Guarneri Room Event Organized By: CIA

Event Details

How much does it cost to produce milk? A short question, the answer to which could fill reams of paper. This meeting will attempt to answer it, in response to a problem that breeders have always understood to be urgent, and that has become critical in this period of economic crisis: do we risk producing unprofitably?


Opening remarks – Introductory presentation – Paolo Maccazzola, President of CIA Lombardia


  • Angelo Rossi, Founder and Executive Director of CLAL, Ester Venturelli and Alberto Lancellotti, CLAL Team – “Dynamics of the local and international markets, factors affecting the dairy market and its prices”
  • Giorgio Borreani, Professor of Agronomics and Grass Cultivation at the Department of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences (DISAFA), Turin University – “Cultivation systems for livestock farms to combat climate change and volatile prices.”
  • Carlo Angelo Sgoifo Rossi, Professor at the Department of Veterinary Science and Technology for Food Security, Milan University – “Milk cow rations and limiting feed costs”
  • Gianpiero Calzolari, President of the Granarolo Group – “The problems faced by the milk processing industry in obtaining an equitable price for producers”
  • Fabio Rolfi, Councillor for Agriculture, Food and Green Systems, Lombardy Regional Government – “Measures enacted by the Lombardy Regional Government to support the dairy livestock industry”

Concluding remarks – Cristiano Fini – President of CIA Nazionale




(Saturday) 09:30 - 12:30


Guarneri Room