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Whether you milk 20 or over 1,000 cows, every Canadian dairy farmer experiences weighty issues such as managing tight cash flows amid rising input costs, reaching growth objectives through prudent expansion and wading through complex succession matters for a multigenerational family farm.

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On the morning of Friday, Nov. 12, meteorologists began to issue warnings of an atmospheric river set to bring torrential rainfall to much of British Columbia’s Lower Mainland and interior.

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In a study recently published in peer-reviewed journal PLOS Medicine, an international team of scientists has challenged the perception that full-fat dairy products such as yogurt, milk and cheese should be avoided because of their high-saturated fat content.

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Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) has developed a new five-year National Dairy Research Strategy that will guide the organization’s investments in science.

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This summer, I met Nell Smith, age 80, the author of Retire to the Life You Love: Practical Tools For Designing Your Meaningful Future.

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Once upon a time, there were two retired dairy farmers.

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