The Israeli dairy products’ maker Tnuva decided to close down the cow farm in Adunatii Copaceni, as it is not a lucrative operation, Mediafax reports. The 1,200 cows cover 25 pc of Tnuva’s Popesti Leordeni dairy factory-milk production. The director general of Tnuva, Arik Schor, stated that the dairy factory is provided with enough milk from cow farms outside the group. “Our Romanian providers include cow farms owned by the Israeli company Adama Holding, so the problem of closing down the operation was examined closely,” he argued. The cow farm was bought for EUR 1 M and modernized by Tnuva, and the cattle were imported from Germany. According to Schor, the Romanian authorities will build an airport on the plot of land that now houses the cow farm.