Farmers’ Voice is a blog that gives Canadian dairy farmers a place to share their stories and talk about life on a dairy farm, in their own words. Written by dairy farmers who provide milk that is among the best in the world, Farmers’ Voice offers an insider perspective on subjects that matter to farmers.
With posts by farmers and other farming experts, Farmers’ Voice will carry content that is relevant to Canadian dairy farmers. If you’d like to share your story, or just what’s on your mind, simply contact us. We’re always interested in hearing from Canadian dairy farmers and seeing the photos & videos of their farms at work.
Some retail prices of dairy products more closely follow farm-level pricing than others.Read more
Supply management provides a more equitable distribution of the wealth created among all the links in the chain.Read more
This assessment is part of the animal care module of proAction, the on-farm quality assurance program that fosters excellent farm practices and a culture of continuous improvementRead more
Supply management brings multiple benefits to all Canadians.Read more
What better way to show your love of Canadian Cheese than chasing after an 11-pound wheel of Aged Farmhouse?Read more
After receiving an invitation from DFC, forwarded by Les Producteurs de lait du Québec (PLQ) to the Fédération de la relève agricole du Québec (FRAQ), I had the opportunity to attend their meeting.Read more
Everyone should be aware of the enormous task that dairy farmers tackle day in and day out, 365 days a year. Sylvain Charlebois shows in his piece on Canadian milk production that he's capable of not seeing everything in black and white.Read more
Critics of Canada’s system of supply management covering dairy, eggs and poultry matching domestic demand with domestic supply, and which works eminently well for both consumers and producers, continue to haul out old canards about its effectiveness that data demolishes. Sarah Reid is the latest to do so.Read more
Konrad Yakabuski’s latest piece in the Globe and Mail “Supply-managed Canada cries over spilt milk prices” is long on ideological opposition to supply management and short on facts; and, frankly, completely misses the mark.Read more
There is no doubt we have a great future but how does that future differ from today?Read more
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