Updated: Jan 19
The 12-day tour in Israel was well balanced between technical, R&D visits and tourists sites.
Visit to a cattle herd in the Golan Heights and meet with the manager of the Israeli Cattle Breeders Association. The day trip ended with observation to the border with Syria for a short time.
Visit to Kibbutz Merom-Golan’s cooperative dairy farm, where each cow is treated as an individual "production unit". The Afimilk system provides farmers with a full range of data and close observation of animal health and welfare. This visit was followed by a stop at the Bahai Gardens site in Haifa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists and locals alike travel to the Bahai Gardens on Mount Carmel in Haifa, the most holy site of the Bahai faith.
The last day of the Israel tour was to the city of Be’er Sheva, where we visited the ANZAC Museum, commemorating the army corps forces from Australia and New Zealand that liberated the city from the Ottoman Turks in 1917.