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Our company is part of a complex, ever-changing industry. Through Milk Matters, we want to keep our customers up to date on current developments in dairy production and provide advice to dairy farmers who want to improve their operation. 



The DeLaval vision is to make sustainable food production possible. This reflects our belief that the most important contribution we can make in the area of sustainability is to support our customers and help them meet their challenges.

Oct 8, 2019

Comestar Holstein, Canada, invests in robotic milking

The Quebec based dairy farm known across the globe for its outstanding genetics, including famed Laurie Sheik, signed an agreement to purchase a ...

Sep 10, 2019

DeLaval renews its commitment to the Sino-Swedish Dairy Cooperation pr...

Stockholm, Sweden, 10 September 2019 – The Sino-Swedish Cooperation programme renews for the next years. DeLaval, Tetra Pak and China Agricultura...

Sep 6, 2019

In Memoriam

Even though Hans Rausing and his family decided to divest of their interests in the Tetra Laval Group in 1995, Hans often continued to be associa...

Jun 25, 2019

DeLaval participation at the 2019 annual European Dairy Farmers congre...

Stockholm, Sweden, 25 June 2019 – DeLaval joins the European Dairy Farmers (EDF) annual congress in Kolding, Denmark, on 25-27 June. The theme th...

DeLaval partners with CEJA

DeLaval, in partnership with CEJA, the voice of European Young Farmers, has launched an online survey targeted to young farmers to understand their needs in order to help implement a more sustainable agriculture industry and gain insight into their view of the future.

Our view on sustainability

To produce more food for an increasing population in a sustainable manner is no small feat. All actors in the milk chain need to contribute. At DeLaval, our sustainability approach encompasses four areas of work : animal welfare, profitability, social responsibility and environment. Read more here.