The 2018 summary of the Israeli dairy industry reveals new and interesting findings about the hundreds of dairy farms throughout Israel.
For the first time, the highest producing herd in the cooperative sector was at Moshav Habonim, averaging 308 cows with a yearly production of, 14,310 liters/cow.
The second placed herd was at one of the kibbutzim bordering the Gaza Strip, Nachal Oz, averaging 381 cows with a yearly production of, 13,825 liters/cow.
The highest producing herd in the private/family sector belongs to Yair Israeli at Moshav Kfar Yehosha, averaging 178 cows with a yearly production of, 13,358 liters/cow.
The herd of the Agricultural High School at Kanot, with an average of 91 cows was the highest producer in this sector with an average of 13, 564 liters/cow.
If you are interested in the highest producing individual cow in 2018, she can be found at the cooperative herd of the Galil Ha-Maaravi with a yearly production of 16,769 liters of milk.