Rotterdam (The Netherlands) – Cargill, a global leader in advanced nutrition and productivity solutions for dairy cattle, has signed an agreement with Dairy Data Warehouse (DDW) for the provision of global dairy farm data services for the animal nutrition industry.
This agreement will ensure that Cargill’s animal nutrition solutions are underpinned by the most accurate data analytics in the dairy industry, giving customers a competitive advantage.
Ricardo Daura, marketing director, ruminants at Cargill, commented: “This agreement underpins our commitment to making the most advanced technologies and nutritional services available to help farmers improve operational efficiency, sustainability and profitability.”
Fernando Mazeris, managing director at DDW, added: “We are very pleased to be working in partnership with Cargill and we are confident that our joint solutions can change the way that dairy farmers operate for the better.”
Dairy farm data
Dairy Data Warehouse (DDW) specializes in automated dairy farm data collection and big data driven services for dairy farm consultants such as veterinarians, genetic consultants or feed advisers across the globe. Its headquarters and customer services, including a multilingual helpdesk, are based in Assen, Netherlands.