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More power, more flow, more reach, more capabilities in one machine: New Puck Force Feed Tandem Trailer

When it comes to maximum capabilities in one package, the new Puck Force Feed Tandem Trailer configuration gets the job done.

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On Feb. 2, Pierre Lampron, president of Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC), announced that DFC is committing to a goal of net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from farm-level dairy production by the year 2050.

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Dairy cow longevity is a key aspect of achieving a sustainable dairy industry. The longer cows remain productive in a herd, the more profitable the herd will be because cows only become profitable after the third lactation, which is when the revenue from selling milk up to that point breaks even with all the costs associated with the rearing period.

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“Environment, nutrition and management practices for far-off, close-up and fresh cows on Canadian dairy farms – A retrospective descriptive study.”

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As global leaders in sustainable farming, Canadian dairy farmers are naturally committed to protecting, preserving and improving their land over time, and many farmers are readily implementing strategies that promote biodiversity, reduce waste and conserve wetlands.

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