KARACHI - Livestock and Dairy Development Board (LDDB) and DeLaval Pakistan signed a memorandum of understanding to join hands to assist and support dairy farmers to increase milk production, both in terms of quality and quantity. Dr. M Afzal, CEO of LDDB, signed the agreement on behalf of his board while Haroon Lodhi inked the document from the DeLaval side. Both parties agreed to jointly plan and execute practical demonstration of mechanized milking and other farm equipment at the LDDB's selected progressive dairy farms. Joint activities would include seminars, conferences, symposia, field days and farm visits to create awareness among the farmers on use of modern techniques in dairy farming for increasing milk production. This MoU provides an excellent platform for both the organizations to create synergies by working together and using their influence on dairy farming industry and research bodies to cooperate in the development of dairy sectors by offering the best knowledge sharing opportunities.