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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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Yet again, the workforce is preparing to welcome a new generation. Generation Z is growing older, and their influence on society is expanding.

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To address consumer concerns over a change in butter hardness and a resulting finger pointing to feed supplements containing palm byproducts, Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) formed a working group of independent experts to develop fact-based explanations for the industry.

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Imagine you have the power to monitor every aspect of your farm business; profitability, production, animal health, culling, reproductive success is all there, and it’s divided into specific metrics to help paint a picture of where your farm’s problems may lie.

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Heat stress is a topic regularly addressed for dairy farms, as it causes detrimental impacts each year. On the other end of the spectrum is cold stress, a subject that isn’t talked about as regularly but one that can still create some challenges for farms.

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Employees on your farm may be exposed to a wide variety of respiratory hazards such as vapors, moulds, dust and gases. It is important to consider what respiratory hazards may be present on your dairy and then determine what controls will offer the best protection to your employees.

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Many inherit a fiddle in their grandfather’s will. Few know how to play it like a rockstar.

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