$11.4 million invested in a third Dairy Research Cluster – eDairyNews
Canada |18 julio, 2019

Dairy | $11.4 million invested in a third Dairy Research Cluster

Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) commends the federal government for the important investment announced this morning to the Dairy Research Cluster 3. The Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, made the announcement at the opening of DFC’s Annual General Meeting in Saskatoon.

The Dairy Research Cluster 3 builds on the success of the Dairy Research Cluster 1 and 2 (2010-2018) to stimulate productivity, sustainability and profitability on farms, and to improve knowledge on the health benefits of milk and dairy products. Joint industry and government commitments to the Dairy Research Cluster 3 total $16.5 million, including the contribution of major partners such as Lactanet Canada and Novalait, and $11.4 million from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada announced today.

«The investment provided to the Dairy Research Cluster 3 is essential to enable strong, robust and evidenced-based research material that ultimately helps dairy farmers increase efficiency of their farm practices, particularly milk production, animal welfare and sustainability,» said Pierre Lampron, President of Dairy Farmers of Canada. «Results of these research projects will also contribute to expand knowledge about the health benefits of dairy products. Today’s announcement is another important step towards ensuring the continuous improvement of our dairy industry.»

«Innovation on Canadian dairy farms requires cutting-edge knowledge of world-class research. Novalait is proud to be a partner of the Dairy Research Cluster 3 to develop this knowledge. This important investment by Novalait in the quality of milk will benefit the entire dairy sector,» said Charles Langlois, President of Novalait.

«The research funded as part of this cluster will help Canadian dairy farmers continue to benefit from the most advanced genetic»

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