A major problem for dairy producers is a lack of demand from consumers for their products, with milk being the largest single category of milk consumed by Israelis, but also the largest category of dairy products consumed by Palestinians.
The government has tried to address the issue by allowing the sale of dairy milk at the grocery store, but it has had little success in increasing sales.
The Israeli government has been working to make dairy products more affordable for Palestinians, with a plan to introduce a discount on milk, butter, cheese and yogurt products.
But the plan is not expected to pass, as the Israeli opposition has blocked the measure in the parliament.
Israeli dairy farmers are facing major problems in their production.
According to a recent report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the average Israeli dairy farmer produces less than 1,000 kilograms of milk per year.
And the number of farms in the country is only about 10,000.
The FAO said that in 2012, Israeli dairy farms produced around 2.5 million metric tons of milk, of which around 2 million metric tones were exported.
Israeli farmers have also been struggling to keep up with the demand for dairy products.
The average Israeli farmer produces just under 1,100 kilograms of dairy production per year, which amounts to around 1.5 kilograms of beef per person.
Israeli Dairy Farmers Association (IDA) president Naftali Bihari said that the government’s plan to lower milk prices will not solve the problems facing Israeli dairy producers, because the dairy sector is a key source of jobs for Palestinians.
“The government has not managed to make any progress in this area, even after years of negotiations,” Bihri said.
“This is the most pressing issue for our producers.”
In addition, Israel has been unable to increase the supply of dairy cattle to the Palestinian territories.
Israeli agriculture ministry officials have suggested that Israel could introduce a system whereby Palestinian producers would buy their own cows to feed their dairy herds.
Bihori said that this is an idea that would help increase the demand of dairy farmers, but he added that it is unlikely to happen.
“We are in a period of political crisis, which is why we are facing the crisis,” Bikram said.
Israel’s dairy industry has been struggling for years to meet the high demand for its products, and the lack of a viable alternative for Palestinians to purchase their dairy products has been a key problem for the Israeli dairy industry.
According a 2012 survey by the World Bank, Israel was the only country that failed to meet its demand for milk.
The survey showed that Israeli farmers, who had been able to produce enough milk to feed a population of around 1 billion people, had been unable, by the end of last year, to do so.
The World Bank said that for each 1 percent increase in demand for Israel’s milk, the average amount of dairy produced by Israeli farmers was reduced by 6.7 kilograms.
In the past, Israeli producers have been able make a profit from selling their milk to consumers in the United States, Canada and other countries, but this was not possible last year.
Israel was unable to sell its milk to Americans due to an embargo imposed by the United Arab Emirates.
The Emirates cut off all Israeli imports of milk in September last year and imposed restrictions on the import of any dairy products from the country, including milk.
Israel had already been experiencing an economic crisis in recent years, as exports of milk products fell by about 20 percent from the previous year.
In 2012, the Israeli government was facing a similar problem, as demand for Israeli milk declined by nearly 40 percent from 2011, according to the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture.
Bikrum said that Israeli producers are also facing difficulties in obtaining the necessary permits to produce milk products in the territories.
The lack of permits has been especially difficult for Israeli dairy operations, as they have had to compete with other Israeli producers in terms of permits and processing time, the report added.
The United Arab States, the United Kingdom and Israel all have dairy cooperatives, which are intended to provide a model for dairy cooperations in other countries.
In 2016, the World Trade Organization banned the export of dairy to the United states and the EU.
Israel is the only dairy-producing country in the Middle East, with dairy producers in both the United State and the United Nation’s Food and Agricultural Organization (FAOs).
However, Israel’s export of milk to the EU is prohibited due to the fact that it contains a genetically modified gene, which has been linked to increased health problems in Europe.
The ban has been in place since 1996, and since then, the number and type of dairy exports from Israel have increased significantly.
However, Bikrus said that Israel has no plans to allow its exports to the European Union to continue, as it does not want to make a political decision that could affect the Israeli market.
“Israel will continue to export milk to all the countries in the region,” Bijan said.