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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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Sometimes farm succession planning comes down to one question: Do you want the farm to continue to be a family farm or not?

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In Ontario, the Ministry of Labour has announced it will conduct inspection blitzes on musculoskeletal disorders and respiratory hazards from Oct. 1 to Dec. 27. These blitzes will be across all industries.

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Recently I worked with a family in Wisconsin who had a cost of production more than what they were getting paid. They were losing money.

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There are two sides to the dairy industry right now, depending on which side of the border you are on. In Canada, the sector has positive momentum.

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The past few years haven’t been a great time to talk about investing in new technology, but that shouldn’t mean technology takes a back seat. Many technologies dairies have already purchased go underutilized. 

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BDO’s Maggie Van Camp, leader of agricultural development, sees the key foreboding issue for agriculture as farm succession. She asks, “Who is going to farm in future generations … and how the heck are we going to transfer the management and ownership of those farms?

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