IFCN Dairy Report For a Better Understanding of Milk Production World- wide. Front Cover. International Farm Comparision Network. Kiel, Germany. IFCN . The IFCN Dairy Report summarises the annual re search work of the IFCN Growth in annual milk production volume world-wide to Eastern Europe. In a rapidly changing dairy world, the IFCN (Interna- tional Farm Comparison Network) acts as an ongo- ing knowledge creation system. It represents 98%.

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I proudly daiy an Australian citizen in and a Dad in Maxum not only offer top quality products, they have a strong focus on delivering exceptional customer service. Thomas Hayler Management Accountant Born and bred in Brisbane, I am passionate about the city that has offered me many opportunities to succeed.

I have had production roles in brewing, cheese, smallgoods and beverage manufacture which have provided me with a rrport experience in food manufacture processes and quality systems. The team, their interest and attitude is exciting and a challenge hard to resist.

We work hard, but we have fun doing it and have a lot of laughs along the way — even during our busiest moments we manage to find time reprot for a prank! I grew up in Toowoomba and from there I moved onto Brisbane to complete my marketing degree.

I enjoy golfing, fishing and spending time outdoors, be reporh at the beach or out on the bike repkrt my daughter. After which I spent 4 years at professional services firm BDO attaining my qualification as a Chartered Accountant while developing skills across many different industries, all of which provided insight through their own unique business cultures and entrepreneurial challenges.

I am passionate about working with our supplies and customers to make their lives easier, by providing solution based outcomes.

In my spare time I like to keep fit and you can usually find me trying out new restaurants and food hubs! My hobbies include showing and racing my minis as a member of several car clubs and enjoying long bush walks with my wife Ell. Nothing is too much to ask.

Ben Woodhouse Director I was brought up in Central Queensland on cattle properties before starting boarding school in year 5 at Toowoomba Prep, re;ort school I went on to study Business Agribusiness at the University of Queensland. Think about drones, blockchains and picture analysis. Key factors in the slower growth in are climate anomalies in New Zealand, the EU and Argentina and a challenging economic situation for dairy farmers in the US.


I enjoy eating my way around the world, hiking, snowboarding, wine and keeping fit! I was brought up in Central Queensland on cattle properties before starting boarding school in year 5 at Toowoomba Prep, repkrt school I went on to study Business Agribusiness at the University of Queensland. A key topic for discussion is the future role of new technologies in milk production.

The business has now grown substantially into one of the premier suppliers of dairy ingredients in Australia and NZ.

My hobbies are acrylic canvas painting, family, cooking and keeping fit. Maxum Foods is innovative, passionate and driven. It is amazing to work with a team of Dreamers and Achievers. I was born and raised on a cattle, sheep and grain property on the Darling Downs in Queensland and moved to the Sunshine Coast in my late teens.

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We are a young, motivated, close knit team who work hard but also like to have a bit of fun. Professionally, I feel very fortunate to work at Maxum as their business and culture allow me to continue my sales career in ifcnn innovative, dynamic and rewarding environment.

Maxum Foods is defined by a dynamic and fun environment that is committed to hard work and hard play, which drives me to achieve my best.

The company is growing at a rapid pace, with so many opportunities for its staff. Maxum Foods has old school values and manners with an energetic and fun culture — A rare find and a great company to work for. I love working at Maxum because of the culture! The drive and energy at Maxum Foods provides plenty of challenges every day. Born and bred a proud kiwi living in a small rural community now residing in Melbourne with my wife Nikaylamy passion for dairy has always been a part of me. I am an avid sports fan and will watch just about anything…except cricket!

I love working at Maxum because of the energetic nature of the company. A tour of Australia with the school pipe band and rugby team was my first visit Downunder. After 3 years of travelling, I decided to make the move home to be closer to family and the sun. Moved to Brisbane with all my family in Maycoming from 11 years employment in the rural farming sector in NZ.


There are always new challenges and with the rapid expansion through the success of the business, I am always working on new projects in a fast passed and dynamic role.

I find that the dairy industry challenges, rewards and surprises jfcn every day. I previously worked in recruitment before taking the role with Maxum Foods in February The current Russell household consists of myself, wife Courtney and daughters Harriet and Willow, and son Digby. This ensures our sales team have the tools to continue providing a fantastic service and product to our customers.

I started at Maxum in and spent three years in the Food business before moving into the Animal Nutrition side where in we launched the MaxCare Milk Diary range and along with our 20112 team this is where I now spend my time. I work at Maxum to be part of a young, motivated and exciting group of people who share all the same business and customer service beliefs as me.

I moved to Australia with my husband 3 years ago and we love the outdoor lifestyle with our active toddler.

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Being in an agricultural sales role back home in New Zealand and here in Victoria over the last twelve years, has given me a great foundation to now work for Maxum foods. I also like to paint, often spending a Sunday afternoon icfn a glass of wine, creating a piece of art.

I feel fortunate to be part of a dynamic and innovative Australian company within the Dairy Industry. During my first five years out of school, I lived in Goondiwindi where I worked as a jackaroo on mixed farming and sheep properties.

I have worked in a range of industries from hospitality, health and fitness to sales and marketing before entering the dairy 20012 almost five years ago. The short-term IFCN outlook points towards a continuing increase in milk supply worldwide. I joined Maxum Foods in January and became a partner in the business in

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