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Dairy Leaders Honored With World Dairy Expo Recognition Awards

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Source: World Dairy Expo news release After a year hiatus – to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of World Dairy Expo – WDE is pleased to announce the return of Expo Recognition Awards and the four honorees selected this year. These individuals were nominated by their peers for their involvement and excellence in the dairy industry

Teens bring top projects to 4-H Canada Science Fair

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Source: Truno Daily News Alicia Warford loves being around cattle so choosing early calf immunity as her science fair project was a natural. The project earned her a space in the 4-H Canada Science Fair, held recently at the Dal AC. “I work at a dairy farm and want to be a large animal vet,

Dairy, Ag Groups Urge President Trump to Raise New Canadian Milk Pricing Scheme Issue in Meeting with Prime Minister Trudeau

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The U.S. dairy sector is urging President Donald Trump to discuss Canada’s protectionist milk pricing policy during Monday’s meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF), the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC), the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) are calling the

North American Livestock Production Contribution to Global Warming Less than Public Led to Believ

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Farmscape for March 9, 2017 Full Interview 7:19 Listen An Air Quality Specialist with the University of California Davis says livestock production in North America plays a much smaller role in contributing to global warming than the public would be led to believe. As governments move to address global warming the contribution of agriculture, particularly

Chilliwack, Abbotsford dairy farms face lawsuit over tainted milk

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A Chilliwack dairy farm, an Abbotsford dairy farm and the BC Milk Marketing Board face a lawsuit from dairy-producing giant Saputo over tainted milk shipments. The lawsuit filed in BC Supreme Court in early February names the milk marketing board (the Board), Chilliwack Cattle Sales and Cedarwal Farms. In the notice of civil claim, Saputo

Dairy Researchers Drowning in Data…in a Good Way

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What do you get the researcher who has everything? While ties and socks are always appreciated, nothing beats a big pile of data (is there a gift card for that?). That’s certainly true for participants in the Efficient Dairy Genome Project, which is tapping the power of genomics to breed dairy cattle that are more

Researchers Launch ‘Dairy at Guelph’

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It’s already called Canada’s food university. Now the University of Guelph might be labelled Canada’s dairy university with the launch of a new cross-campus research group called “Dairy at Guelph.” “Guelph has more researchers working across the dairy value chain than any other university in Canada,” said Prof. David Kelton, holder of the Dairy Farmers

Hundreds of layoffs coming in Atlantic Canada dairy industry

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Agropur Dairy Cooperative and Saputo Inc., both based out of Quebec, will be laying off 346 people An industry reorganization among Canada’s largest dairy producers will see 346 people in Atlantic Canada laid off. Agropur Dairy Cooperative and Saputo Inc., both based out of Quebec, will be laying off 128 full-time employees in the region

Dairy Farmers of Canada to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Support of Underprivileged Children

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Farmers of Canada (DFC) has partnered with the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation (THCF) to present the THCF Kilimanjaro Summit Climb, to raise funds in support of the more than 20,000 children and youth who benefit from THCF programs every year. Pierre Lampron, member of DFC’s Board of Directors, will embark on the grueling task of

Prudent Antibiotic Use in Canadian Feed Applications

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Today we face an onslaught of articles and directives that deal with the use of antibiotics in a myriad of feed and water applications. This is in addition to the therapeutic applications usually administered by veterinarians. The concern over antibiotic resistance in a number of human applied antibiotics is gaining significant attention in the medical

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