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.
Did you know that greenhouse gas emissions from Canadian dairy farms have gone down an average of 1% a year between 1990 and 2012?Read more
For 251 years, Clover Crest Farm has been a mainstay in Green Oak, Nova Scotia.Read more
I left for my first session of the Young Dairy Leaders Institute (YDLI) on February 7th.Read more
We must point out the reality that there have been no changes to Canadian regulations related to dairy imports, or changes to Canadian dairy tariffs, and we want to set the record straight.Read more
Ronnie and Karen MacInnis milk 50 cows on the same piece of land their ancestors first set foot on 213 years ago.Read more
The Walsh family has been very successful in part because they are so open to change, which includes investing in new technologies and innovations.Read more
I’m not one to question the credibility of an author, but when it comes to supply management, Mr. Hodgson is way off base.Read more
When DFC first suggested in November that I climb Kilimanjaro on behalf of all Canadian dairy farmers, I questioned whether I could undertake such a challenge at the ripe old age of 50!Read more
Now in its second edition, Dairy Farmers of Canada presents the new Dairy Sector Overview booklet.Read more
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