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Manage dairy employees, establish farm protocols, take on milk marketing, and become more confident in your farm financials.

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It is important to consider all potential hazards when working around a bunker silo. Some of the greatest risks include being crushed under falling silage and falling from on top of the silage pile.

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A wise person once said you can have more money over a long time if you make more than you spend or spend less than you make. The roller coaster of grain prices has pinched many farmers who are saying “I shoulda … ”

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Farm fires aren’t a popular topic – nobody likes to imagine “what if.” For example, what if a fire takes out a barn, machinery shed, home or grain elevator?

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The potential for higher interest rates is the darkest cloud shading recent news that farm debt in Canada recorded the smallest increase in six years, according to Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) chief economist.

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On July 13-14, more than 325 dairy farmers from across Canada gathered for the Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) virtual annual general meeting (AGM) to discuss some of the challenges facing the sector and to identify future opportunities under the theme of “Cultivating Sustainability in Dairy Excellence.”

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Many farms inquire if there is an easy how-to book or checklist that will guarantee a successful family farm transition. The answer is: no. How about an easy way you can sit down in an afternoon and complete your transition plan?

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