Within the framework of the master's thesis, we analysed the situation in the field of milk production on Kamnik Alps in the past and today. The thesis based on an overview of historic sources and currently available data, as well as on sources obtained from herdsmen and farmers, which take care for Kamnik Alps. We analysed the situation of Kamnik Alps, the number of animals grazing on these mountain pastures, the breed structure of these animals, and the volume of milk production there. Types of dairy products produced there and marketing of milk and dairy products on Kamnik Alps were studied. We analysed situation and milk production on Kamnik Alps in last 30 years, focusing mainly on the 'Velika planina', 'Mala planina' and 'Gojška planina'. With the help of in-depth interviews with three presidents of agrarian communities, six herdsmen and a local agricultural adviser, we wanted to find out what are the main reasons for the decreasing numbers of grazing dairy cows and lower milk production in our pastures, and what possibilities they see for the future development of Kamnik Alps. The supply of milk and dairy products on our pasture does not cover demand, as there are more and more visitors to these mountains. By appropriate measures, farmers should be encouraged to send dairy cows to the mountain pasture instead of suckler cows and young cattle. The possibilities for Alpine dairy farming and revitalization of the pasture in the future are presented by looking at foreign sources and examples of good farming practises.