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One day, not long ago, we woke up to find the world had changed. But amid uncertainty and new realities, some important things have stayed the same:

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Milk is an excellent source of vitamin B12. A glass of milk (250-millilitre serving) provides approximately half of the recommended daily intake of this vitamin for an adult.

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“Canadian National Dairy Study: Describing Canadian dairy producer practices and perceptions surrounding cull cow management”Journal of Dairy Science Vol. 103 No.4, 2020.

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In these challenging times, I am so proud the dairy farming community continues to be hard at work in supplying the milk that offers nutritious and high-quality dairy products to feed our nation.

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Preventing, managing and treating mastitis is a priority area of research for dairy farmers; it’s one of the costliest dairy cattle health issues on a dairy farm. A study published in 2018 by the Mastitis Network estimated losses associated with mastitis at $665 million per year or $660 per cow per year.

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