Scottish dairy producers are being told to expand into international markets, and stop relying so much on the UK.
Scotland Food and Drink is urging the industry to look to high-value exports, to transform the the future of dairy farming.
Fiona McIlwraith's full report is below.
Dairy farmers are being encouraged to expand their markets into the international realm.
One dairy farmer, Gary Mitchell, told ITV News that to increase the price of milk, there had to be a real push to sell produce in the international markets.
Scottish dairy farmers are being urged to expand into international markets, and stop relying so much on the UK.
A review of the industry by Scotland Food and Drink says we have all the ingredients for a successful dairy industry but the sector needs to develop new markets quickly.
The National Farmers Union for Scotland have welcomed the review.