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MANAGEMENT

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

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Average farmland value in Canada continued its steady climb in 2018, driven by fewer but more strategic investments by producers.

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We’ve been watching new technologies, especially digital ones, arrive – but things are about to get interesting.

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“Elaine, we are not sure what to do: Our son who never had time for the farm has just informed us that he is planning to come back to farm with us. Problem is, his brother, who has farmed with us for 11 years, is not happy about this.”

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Within the dairy and livestock industry, we spend the majority of our time focused on animal comfort and care. We know this is extremely important; we also know it is vital to the success of our operations and is highly valued by consumers. But let me ask you this: How much emphasis are we placing on our employees and their comfort and care? 

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Reality check: John has worked on his family’s farm since he was 12 years old. He is 38 years old and has three children. John had just finished loading a load of silage into the silo and was approaching the tractor’s PTO lever to turn off the forage blower.

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The name of the game is securing a future for your farm and for the Canadian dairy industry. Factors such as recent trade agreements and changing consumer perceptions and preferences are expected to impact the milk market in Canada.

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