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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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If someone were to create a formal job description for a farmer, one of the main criteria for the applicant would have to be the ability to adapt. Since farmers contend with Mother Nature and living organisms – cows, calves, plants, etc. – they must always adapt to a new situation.

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As my schedule allows, I occasionally spend an afternoon in my daughter’s classroom. Our school system encourages parental involvement, for the time being my children like having Mom around, and I enjoy seeing where my child spends a good portion of her time.

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As I sit down to pen this editorial, we have just entered the New Year. It is a time filled with joy, excitement and resolutions. Some of the most popular resolutions involve a focus on fitness and to eat better in hopes of being a little lighter when we enter the next holiday season.

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In less than two weeks, Progressive Dairyman will send out its first-ever Extra enewsletter dedicated solely to the Canadian dairy industry. This new digital offering is something you’ll want to get. Here are seven reasons why.

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Ever since the arrival of our first child, my husband and I have tried to get a unique picture of our children for our annual Christmas card.

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Women have been an integral part of the dairy industry for a long time. After watching my own mother tame a number of wild barn cats, I would guess that women were probably involved in domesticating the cow.

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