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Take a peek inside exemplary operations around North America in our videos and slideshows. Also, discover best practices for your farm from industry experts with our multimedia features.

Marcel and Annika Steen, owners of Celmar Dairy Ltd., have relied on automation ever since they started farming near Norwich, Ontario, in 2006 with two milking robots.

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View this slideshow to see the highlights from annual general meetings hosted this past spring for Holstein Canada, Jersey Canada, Canadian Brown Swiss & Braunvieh Association, the Société des éleveurs de bovins canadiens and Ayrshire Breeders Association of Canada.  end mark

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The Western Canadian Dairy Seminar kicked off on March 5 with tours of three Alberta dairies, each showcasing new automated technologies. Highlights included the Vector feeding system at Crestomere Holsteins, a robotic bedding unit at Corenco Holsteins, and a newly constructed all-in, all-out climate-controlled calf barn with auto-feeders at Janna Dairy.

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Every November, when the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is held in Toronto, Ontario, it’s like Christmas comes early for dairy enthusiasts. It is a great opportunity to see some of North America’s best dairy cows and celebrate the agriculture industry with the public. The 10-day event welcomes more than 30,000 people, which includes visitors from all over the world.

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Earlier this year, brothers Teun and Ben De Beer welcomed their herd of 480 milking cows into a new facility on the farm near Mount Elgin, Ontario. The new six-row, sand-bedded freestall barn with perimeter feeding was built for the milking cows. It was built to reduce crowding in the farm’s existing four-row barn with mattresses and a slatted floor.

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