Dairy Production

Coordinator: Khalid al Khalidi

RBG Dairy Production pilot projectThe RBG's Dairy Production programme began in 2011 as a pilot project involving the family of Umm Mowafaq in Tal Al-Rumman.

The aim of the Dairy Production programme is to diversify the income of sheep herding families.

The first focus of the programme is the production of sundried jameed, a dehydrated yogurt that is hardened into small balls, and then reconstituted to cook mansaf, the national dish of Jordan.

 

 

We established production procedures this year and experimented with a customized drying box that makes the jameed dry faster, and keeps it cleaner, than traditional drying methods where the jameed is left unprotected.

A good quality product was made during our pilot project, and we look forward to including more local families during next year's sheep milk season, from January to May.

 

 

 

 

Royal Botanic Garden website is currently under maintenance.

You still can access the National Virtual Herbarium website through this link

For inquiries, please contact us on:

Tel: +962 (6) 5413402
Fax:+962 (6) 5413404
Email: info@royalbotanicgarden.org

Courier mailing address with contact details above:

168 A King Abdullah II st.
Royal Center
1st floor
Khalda, Amman, Jordan 


Coordinator: Khalid al Khalidi

RBG Dairy Production pilot projectThe RBG's Dairy Production programme began in 2011 as a pilot project involving the family of Umm Mowafaq in Tal Al-Rumman.

The aim of the Dairy Production programme is to diversify the income of sheep herding families.

The first focus of the programme is the production of sundried jameed, a dehydrated yogurt that is hardened into small balls, and then reconstituted to cook mansaf, the national dish of Jordan.

 

 

We established production procedures this year and experimented with a customized drying box that makes the jameed dry faster, and keeps it cleaner, than traditional drying methods where the jameed is left unprotected.

A good quality product was made during our pilot project, and we look forward to including more local families during next year's sheep milk season, from January to May.

 

 

 

 

Royal Botanic Garden website is currently under maintenance.

You still can access the National Virtual Herbarium website through this link

For inquiries, please contact us on:

Tel: +962 (6) 5413402
Fax:+962 (6) 5413404
Email: info@royalbotanicgarden.org

Courier mailing address with contact details above:

168 A King Abdullah II st.
Royal Center
1st floor
Khalda, Amman, Jordan