Israeli Dairy School, practical dairy farm training
For the last ten years, the Israel Dairy School has served selected markets as a trusted international source of knowledge and training on all aspects of dairy production.
Israeli Dairy School team shares experience in a variety of Dairy fields and draw upon cutting edge technological processes to offer dairy farming solutions specifically designed to advance efficiency and productivity in domestic dairy industries.
The Israeli Dairy School programs, which are modelled on the globally recognized success of the Israeli dairy industry, are well respected as international standards.
Our tailor-made Dairy Herd Management courses are designed for groups and the program was built especially for dairy professionals and farmers.
The Dairy farm management training program is a unique experience, the learning adventure combines an intensive educational program for dairy professionals, with sightseeing tours to some of Israel’s most recognizable religious and historical sites.
What our customers saying
During the years we hold many seminars, see what the participants have to say about their experience: “The Israeli Dairy School was a thoroughly enjoyable and profitable experience. Each day was new, with well-planned experiences. The visits to Biblical sites and ancient settings gave me new perspectives and understanding. I highly recommend this to anyone serious about dairy and serious about understanding Israel. It was a lifetime opportunity!“
Phil Durst Michigan State University Extension
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About the Israeli Dairy School
Mr. Ofier Langer owns the Israeli Dairy School. Mr. Langer holds a B.Sc in Animal Husbandry from Jerusalem University. He has 15 years of experience working at TEVA Pharmaceuticals, the most significant generic pharmaceutical manufacturer globally, as Senior International Marketing Manager in veterinary and human medicine. In this position, he helped to open doors in several international markets to many Israeli companies. His regional work within Asian markets has opened up a wide variety of import deal opportunities, one of which is establishing a dairy farm in Vietnam. With 30,000 cows, it is the largest project of its kind in the world, and the farm now produces 300 million liters of milk per year. Mr. Langer also served as Vice President of Afimilk, a leading Israeli dairy herd management company, from 2005-2010.
Mr. Langer is ably assisted by a select team of experts in all aspects of Dairy Farming. The team consists of sought-after experts in Herd Nutrition, Small Ruminant Farming Methods, and Dairy Farm Management. Together they have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with emerging farmers at our Israeli Dairy School Seminars.