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Agriculture ministers reach five-year, $3-billion deal to boost farm sector

Source: The Globe and Mail Agriculture ministers signed a $3-billion partnership with Ottawa aimed at strengthening the industry and developing new markets as federal officials prepare for looming trade talks with the United States. Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay said the Canadian Agricultural Partnership is intended to help the $100-billion sector come up with innovations

THYMOX™ Announces Enviro-Tech as Exclusive North American Distributor for Dairy Market

Source: EconoTimes THYMOX™, the innovative, botanically-derived brand of animal health products by Laboratoire M2, has announced an exclusive North American distribution agreement with Enviro-Tech LLC, a subsidiary of Eakin Enterprises Inc., for THYMOX FOOTBATH™ and THYMOX HOOFCARE™. The distribution agreement will significantly accelerate the commercialization of THYMOX in the world’s most valuable dairy market. “We

Saputo Inc. (TSE:SAP) Rating Increased to Outperform at Royal Bank Of Canada

Source: Stock News Times Saputo Inc. (TSE:SAP) was upgraded by investment analysts at Royal Bank Of Canada from a “sector perform” rating to an “outperform” rating in a research note issued on Wednesday. The firm presently has a C$48.00 price objective on the stock. Royal Bank Of Canada’s price objective would indicate a potential upside

Measures protecting Canadian dairy industry under fire at U.S. NAFTA hearing

Source: CBC News Canadian measures to protect the dairy industry came under the microscope at a U.S. congressional hearing on revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement Tuesday, suggesting the Liberal government will have a tough time convincing legislators to look past the long-standing trade irritant. “We want to end these discriminatory practices,” said Congressman

Response from Dairy Farmers of Canada on the U.S. starting positions for the re-negotiation of NAFTA

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada The U.S. starting positions for the re-negotiation of NAFTA were released today, and we are currently reviewing them. Our initial reaction is that the US objectives remains fairly broad, and there isn’t anything new. We will not comment further at this time. Canada’s own consultation on the re-negotiation of NAFTA

The Porter Family – Resiliency and Perseverance in BC

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) is proud to present the book Dairy Farmers, Deeply Rooted for a Strong Future, which features, representing British Columbia, the Porter family of Porter’s Dairy Farm, in Chemainus, British Columbia. Showcasing the contributions of Canadian dairy farmers in the building and growth of our country,

Dairy Processors Association of Canada Welcomes Two New Members

SOURCE: Dairy Processors Association of Canada (DPAC), Press release The Dairy Processors Association of Canada (DPAC) is pleased to welcome its newest members, Fromagerie Bergeron from Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, Quebec and La Fromagerie Boivin from la Baie, Quebec. “It is with great pleasure that we welcome these two members in the ranks of DPAC. This is an

Russell Gammon Named 2017 Recipient of the Dairy Cattle Improvement Industry Distinction Award!

Source: Canadian Dairy Network The Board of Directors of Canadian Dairy Network (CDN) is pleased to announce its selection of Mr. Russell Gammon of Fergus, Ontario as the 2017 recipient of the Dairy Cattle Improvement Industry Distinction Award. This award is given annually on behalf of the industry partners, members of CDN, to recognize individuals

Gay Lea Dairy Museum Honours the Late Mauril Bélanger

SOURCE: Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Limited Building named for respected co-operative champion at second annual Co-opalooza event The Gay Lea Dairy Museum celebrated co-operatives and honoured late Liberal Member of Parliament Mauril Bélanger this weekend with an eponymous building at the site of a planned Co-operative Education Centre (CEC) in Aylmer, Ontario. The announcement was

Researchers say happiness boosts dairy cows

Source: CTV News Dairy farmers, take note: The key to turning your dairy cow into a cash cow is udder happiness. Give her a bigger stall, increase air circulation and provide some shelter to prevent overheating. That’s according to a University of Wisconsin initiative that focuses on making dairy cows happier so they provide more

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