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“Consensus recommendations on calf- and herd-level passive immunity in dairy calves in the United States.”Journal of Dairy Science, Vol. 103 No. 8, 2020.

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Following the annual general meeting of the Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC), which brought together some 200 dairy farmers from across the country in a virtual format, dairy farmers expressed concern that they have waited over a year for an announcement on the compensation owed for losses related to recent international trade agreements.

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At Dairy Farmers of Canada, farmers can download a new fact sheet called “Drying off cull dairy cattle at high production and in emergency situations.”

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Lactanet Canada and Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) announced DairyTrace, the much-anticipated national dairy cattle traceability program, will become a reality in the fall of 2020, providing a single, common framework for dairy farmers to track animal identity and movements.

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“Graduate student literature review: Current perspectives on whole-plant sorghum silage production and utilization by lactating dairy cows.” Journal of Dairy Science Vol. 103 No. 6, 2020. This article, originating from the University of Florida, reviews whole-plant sorghum silage production and utilization by dairy cows.

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We hope you and your families are doing well. As the COVID-19 pandemic stretches on, DFC continues to work with government and provincial milk boards on your behalf to ensure that dairy farmers can perform continue to meet Canada’s market needs for high-quality and nutritious milk and dairy products.

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