3 cheeses have been selected by the Dairy Farmers of Canada to represent the best of Canadian cheeses as part of the country’s 150th anniversary celebrations. By: JUSTIN GOULET
The US dairy industry has submitted its demands for the upcoming renegotiation of NAFTA, pushing for freer trade in dairy overall and more specifically for a reversal of new Canadian rules on milk-derived products. By Alexander Panetta.
Even with its strict production quotas and guaranteed high milk prices, dairy farms in Canada are disappearing at a rate not far below what is happening in the United States. The country’s latest agricultural census shows a 14 percent decline in the number of Canadian dairy farms from 2011 to 2016. By: Jim Webster
The United States has asked Canada to eliminate a new “underhanded” dairy-pricing class that has undercut sales by U.S. dairies to Canadian processors, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said on Monday. By: ROD NICKEL
The farm co-op at the centre of a controversy over unpasteurized milk is finally defending itself in court.
The future of unpasteurized milk could be decided in Newmarket.
Carrying a protest sign outside the Newmarket Courthouse the morning on May 29, Marilew Albrecht wondered why authorities are trying once again to prevent people’s access to raw milk. By: Lisa Queen
Leo Heinze, age 3, going on 4 in July, is the seventh generation of the Heinze family dairy farm. By: Emily Davies
Canadian farmers, farm owners and interested citizens plan to gather at the hearing. By: Liz Reitzig
The wooden frame at the edge of Dave and Monica Roskopf’s driveway hangs empty. For 11 years, a placard hung there, touting the couple’s 200-cow dairy as a Grassland Farm, but now only the frame remains.