We had a truly fascinating seminar last week on "How are healthy Soil and Protein transition connected?" The speakers provided valuable insights on the topic. Research professor Martina Sura-de Jong opened the event with a thought-provoking perspective on the role of soil microorganisms in grassland and milk quality. Theo Mulder shared his experience with CO2L (COOL) farming, while Luis Fernando Laranja da Fonseca presented a case on sustainable dairy and protein production within the Atlantic Rainforest biome. Finally, Sabine Bonnot of Planet Score talked about modelling and metrics in Sustainability assessment. We were delighted to be part of this event and grateful to have learned so much from such exceptional speakers.
It was a pleasure to see Luis Fernando Laranja da Fonseca at the seminar yesterday, as we had the opportunity to meet him at the GDF-congress held last winter in South America. His passion for sustainable dairy and protein production within the Atlantic Rainforest biome was evident in both events, and we were thrilled to learn more about his efforts and the innovative solutions that he has implemented in his work. It was a great reminder of the importance of collaboration and sharing knowledge across borders to promote sustainable practices in the dairy industry.