Honduran Dairy Farmers Have a Project for Their Own Dairy Farm

Milk producers in Aguán Valley, with the support of BANADESA and the Agriculture Secretariat are seeking to industrialize.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

The web portal Laprensahn.com published: "To make this initiative a reality which would generate employment in the Aguán Valley, milk producers from this municipality have met with producers in the department of Colón as well as representatives from the Tocoa Chamber of Commerce several times to refine the details of what would be the processing plant."

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The National Agricultural University of Honduras is putting out to tender the construction of a processing plant for dairy products.

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The start of operations by Lala will have a favorable impact on the conditions of production and quality of milk and stabilize the price of milk for producers.

The start of operations of a plant with capacity to process up to 300 thousand liters of milk per day will result in benefits not only for the production sector, which could sell most of the expressed milk, but also force an improvement in the regional dairy market conditions, infrastructure and production practices related to animal feed, sanitary measures, among other things.

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