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In February, Lactalis Canada announced it will introduce DFC’s Blue Cow logo on its Cracker Barrel, Black Diamond, Cheestrings, aMOOza! and P’tit Québec cheeses made with Canadian milk. This means that by spring 2020, more than 8,000 dairy products will feature the Blue Cow logo.

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Millennials are now the largest cohort of Canadians and, as they age, progress in their careers and start families, their purchasing power continues to increase. Yet when it comes to food products, millennial consumers view things differently than previous generations.

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2019 was an active year in Canadian dairy research, and a common theme stands out: dairy farmers’ investments in sustainable milk production and human nutrition and health research continue to drive innovation in Canadian dairy.

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The amendments to the Health of Animals Regulations Part XII (Transport of Animals) come into force Feb. 20. Working with the provinces, Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) had expressed concerns to the office of the Minister of Agriculture as well as the Canadian Food and Inspection Agency (CFIA).

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From the early 4-H years all the way to graduating from a junior breed association, the dozen years or so that span a junior member’s career are sprinkled with opportunities to learn, compete and succeed.

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“Field bean inclusion in the diet of early lactation dairy cows: Effects on performance and nutrient utilization.” Journal of Dairy Science Vol. 102 No. 12, 2019.

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