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When it comes to women holding equal partnership in a farm operation, Rose Keunen walks the walk and talks the talk.

Rose and her husband, Henry, immigrated to Canada in 1997.

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As the fifth generation to grow up on Maple Holme Farms in Carp, a village just outside of Ottawa, Emma Caldwell developed a lifelong love of two things – art and cows.

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For our inaugural issue focused on women in the dairy industry, Progressive Dairyman asked a few industry professionals to open up about their opinions about a dairywoman’s role in the industry today.

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Oceanbrae Farm got its start back in 1923 when John and Vera Barrett purchased 165 acres near Belmont, Prince Edward Island.

Their son, Keith, later took over, introducing the first Dual Purpose Shorthorns in 1950.

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The Elgersma family arrived in British Columbia by a circuitous route. Alice was born in Holland, then moved to Brazil, where she met her husband, Charlie Elgersma.

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“I always knew I would be farming in some way, shape or form ... preferably dairy,” Erin Anderson states.

Anderson grew up on a dairy farm and went on to earn a degree in agricultural sciences from the University of British Columbia.

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