DGC’s spray drying plant has been designed specifically to process goat infant formula.
Spray drying is the process of removing water from the milk, producing the beginning of the fine powder that is eventually found in the finished product.
Our spray dryers are kept meticulously clean and the most recent, second spray dryer was built in 2015.
Warehousing and distribution are the final phase of the process. Finished and filled cans are held in the warehouse until final, independent testing is completed so that the product can be safely released.
Once released, the cans are loaded and driven to Port Tauranga for export.
The Dairy Goat Co-operative’s 72 shareholders farm in some of New Zealand’s premium farming regions – Northland, Waikato and Taranaki. Their ability to do what they do, is enabled by the strength and resilience of the communities which they support, and which support them.
Our state of the art blending plant enables us to add the additional nutrients required to meet regulatory and specific product requirements where necessary.