LinkedIn Group Rules and Content Guidelines

Dairy Industry Association of Australia 

Please see below our rules for entry and retention within this group.

  1. Relevant Profile: We require that members have a complete and professional LinkedIn profile with a clear profile picture and relevant work experience to the post-farmgate dairy industry.
  • Industry Focus: Posts must have an industry focus, and areas for discussion are available below.
  • No Spam: No self-promotion, excessive posting of links, or spammy content. We only encourage meaningful discussions and contributions.
  • Respectful Behaviour: We expect members to be respectful and courteous in their interactions, avoiding offensive language or behaviour.
  • Content Guidelines: Please see our content guidelines below
  • Networking vs. Sales: This group is for networking, knowledge sharing, and professional connections, not for direct sales or lead generation.
  • Participation: We encourage members to actively participate in discussions, share insights, and help others in the group.

Any breaches of the above will result in immediate and permanent removal from the group.


The DIAA LinkedIn group for the post-farmgate dairy industry in Australia should encourage discussions and sharing of information on a wide range of relevant topics. 

Here are some examples:

Market Trends and Analysis: Members can discuss current market trends in the Australian dairy industry, such as consumer preferences, pricing, and export opportunities.

Supply Chain and Logistics: Topics related to the efficient movement of dairy products from processors to retailers or consumers, including transportation, warehousing, and distribution.

Product Innovation: Conversations about new dairy products, processing techniques, and innovations in the industry that can improve product quality or sustainability.

Sustainability and Environmental Practices: Discussions on sustainable dairy farming and processing practices, including waste reduction, energy efficiency, and carbon footprint reduction.

Regulatory Updates: Updates and discussions about relevant government regulations, food safety standards, and compliance requirements affecting the dairy industry.

Dairy Farming Techniques: Information on best practices for dairy farming in Australia, including herd management, feeding, and animal welfare and how this affects the end product.

Processing Technologies: Conversations about the latest technologies and equipment used in dairy processing, including pasteurisation, homogenisation, and packaging.

Market Access and Export Opportunities: Information on accessing new markets, trade agreements, and export strategies for Australian dairy products.

Consumer Trends: Insights into changing consumer preferences, such as the demand for organic or lactose-free dairy products, and how businesses can adapt.

Research and Development: Updates on research projects related to dairy production, nutrition, and health benefits of dairy products.

Networking and Collaboration: Opportunities for members to connect, share resources, and explore potential collaborations within the industry.

Industry Events and Conferences: Announcements and discussions about upcoming dairy industry events, conferences, and trade shows.

Recruitment and Jobs: Job postings, career advice, and discussions related to employment opportunities within the post-farmgate dairy sector.

Financial and Investment Insights: Discussions on financing options, investment opportunities, and financial management within the dairy industry.

Success Stories and Case Studies: Sharing success stories, case studies, and lessons learned from businesses or individuals within the Australian dairy industry.