Jay Mattison of National DHIA describes the new dairy data sharing agreement called International Dairy Data Exchange Network

Joel Hastings

Jay Mattison, CEO of National DHIA, describes the new dairy data sharing agreement called the International Dairy Data Exchange Network (IDDEN). Mattison explains to Joel Hastings of DairyBusiness News that organizations in 13 countries will be working together. Information from some 200,000 dairy herds with 20 million cows will be organized to flow easily among milk recording agencies, dairy equipment manufacturers and other dairy entities, while safeguarding consent for data sharing.

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