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EDITOR'S NOTES

Read comments from Progressive Dairy editor Karen Lee, ranging from the origin of specific magazine articles to thoughts about industry trends.

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Since my last editorial on supply management was published, I’ve received a few emails and phone calls about it, and it became apparent that my message might not have been clear.

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On a pleasant day in March, I arrived in Red Deer, Alberta, for the annual Western Canadian Dairy Seminars. It is always a week where I know I am going to learn something, but heading in I don’t usually know what exactly it will be.

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Dave is a tall, lanky man with a solid wave. He waves to me every day at a quarter to noon, just after he pulls his long, yellow school bus up to the end of the drive and opens the door.

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In just two years of raising calves, my husband and I have learned a lot. Here are a few key lessons that come to mind:

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As I sit here in the waiting room of our local dance studio, trying to ignore the chatter of the other parents in an effort to squeeze in a few more working minutes of the day, I can’t help but notice the pictures on the wall.

Hanging there is a decade’s worth of posters showing the full dance company from each year. Dressed in their recital attire, the children, ages 3 to 18, are all smiles as the moment they had worked for all year has finally arrived.

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Time is an extremely valuable commodity in my book. It is limited, and once spent, cannot be regained. Every day I try to use the 1,440 minutes I am given as wisely as possible. I find it is easy to fill my day with the tasks in front of me, such as writing this editorial piece, proofing materials for a conference program, calling in to a meeting or washing dishes at the end of the day.

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