Regional Exchange Ranch National Liaison Committee
A mini ranch appears in the middle of Tokyo! ? Dairy farming experience event where dairy farmers gather from all over the country “Waku Waku Momo Ranch-Cows are coming to Toyosu-” November 3, 2022 (Thursday / holiday) @ Toyosu Park
The Regional Exchange Ranch National Liaison Committee (location: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, number of members: 293) will hold a consumer event at Toyosu Park on November 3 (Thursday / holiday) with the aim of increasing fans of dairy farming and milk. We will hold an exchange event “Waku Waku Moo Moo Ranch ~ Cows are coming to Toyosu ~”. By seeing real cows, interacting with dairy farmers all over the country, and experiencing dairy farming through various contents, you will learn about the wonders of Japanese dairy farming and domestic milk and dairy products.
About “Wakuwaku Moo Moo Ranch ~ Cows are Coming to Toyosu ~” ● Japanese dairy farmers are in trouble! Let’s know and support the wonders of dairy farming and milk!
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the depreciation of the yen have dealt a heavy blow to people’s lives and the domestic economy. In Japan’s dairy farming, the price of all materials and fuel, including the price of feed, has risen, putting dairy farming in a corner. Therefore, the designated raw milk producer group negotiated price revisions during the 4th year of Reiwa, and from November, the raw milk trading price for drinking was settled by 10 yen / kg. Milk retail prices are also expected to rise.
Against this background, we decided to hold this event because we want dairy farmers themselves to convey to consumers their enthusiasm and thoughts, the current state of dairy farming, and the wonders of milk, and to support them. .
●Experience dairy farming in the center of Tokyo! ? “Real dairy cows are coming for one day only!”
On the day of the event, real dairy cows and dairy farmers from all over the country will come to the venue, Toyosu Park. Visitors will experience dairy farming through various contents in the center of Tokyo.
Exchange with dairy farmers through “exhibition” and “quiz rally”, “simulated milking experience” using models, and “online ranch experience” where you can connect online with dairy farmers in Hokkaido and Miyazaki prefectures to see the state of the ranch. ”, and a sales booth for milk and dairy products.
Through this event, we will convey the wonders of Japanese dairy farming and domestically produced milk and dairy products.
“Waku Waku Moo Moo Ranch ~ Cows are Coming to Toyosu ~” Event Overview Name: “Exciting Moo Mo Ranch ~Cows are Coming to Toyosu~”
Date: November 3, 2022 (Thursday/holiday) 11:00-16:30
Location: Toyosu Park/Hanagi Monument Square (2-3-6 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo) Content overview: Stage booth / dairy cow exhibition / exhibition / dairy quiz rally / sales of milk and dairy products / etc.
Sponsored by: Regional Exchange Ranch National Liaison Committee Sponsored by: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries/Central Dairy Council
Participation fee: Free
*Canceled in case of rain/cancelled in stormy weather
* In the venue, photos and videos will be taken by the media, and customers may be reflected.
They may be exposed/published on TV, newspapers, magazines, websites, etc. Please note.
[Inquiries from customers]
Regional Exchange Ranch National Liaison Committee Central Secretariat (General Incorporated Association Central Dairy Farming Conference Business Department)
Person in charge: Takenaka, Anan
〒101-0044 4th floor, Horiuchi Building, 2-6-1 Kajicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo TEL: 03-6688-9841 / FAX: 03-6681-5295
About each booth
kevin the milk
We will set up a vision car and deploy the content on a large screen. An “online ranch experience” where you can connect with dairy farmers in Hokkaido and Miyazaki prefecture online and observe the state of the ranch, and self-produced by Milk Meister (R) Takasago, who is an unparalleled milk lover and continues to convey the appeal of milk. In addition, we will carry out “Screening of the movie ‘Milk Kevin THE MOVIE'” depicting the bond between “people” and “milk”, and “Dairy picture-story show” by dairy farmers. In addition, between each content, we will also screen photos, videos, and messages sent by dairy farmers nationwide.
■ Stage schedule
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[Dairy cow display]
Real dairy cows (1 parent cow, 2 calves) are exhibited at Toyosu Park in the center of Tokyo. You can observe how dairy farmers take care of their animals.
[Exhibition/dairy quiz rally]
Panels on the knowledge and situation of dairy farming, as well as tools and feed for dairy farmers are on display. Interact with dairy farmers through a dairy farming quiz rally centered on hands-on experiences such as touching and smelling, and a “simulated milking experience” using models. Participants in the quiz rally will receive MILK JAPAN goods operated by the Central Dairy Conference.
[Sales of milk, dairy products, etc.]
The National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations and the National Federation of Dairy Cooperative Associations will sell milk drinks and dairy products that use plenty of milk. In addition, there will be shops selling pizza using domestic cheese and milk from various regions. I can.
As part of the “Let’s drink milk even on days without school lunches” project, J Milk provides leaflets with recipes for enjoying milk and dairy products. We will also promote the “Milk de Smile Project”. What is the Regional Exchange Ranch National Liaison Committee (Kobokuren)? With the aim of “gaining understanding and support for Japanese dairy farming by creating a place for dairy producers to interact and exchange opinions, and by promoting exchange activities and
educational activities with city dwellers and local residents.” Established in 1999. Members are farms and related people all over Japan, divided into 7 blocks nationwide
(Hokkaido/Tohoku/Kanto/Hokuriku/Tokai/Kinki/Chugoku/Shikoku/Kyushu), and currently consist of 293 members (October 2022). .
Click here for the website of the Regional Exchange Ranch National Liaison Committee
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