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The story of the Crozier family and Cheslen Dairies

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Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) is proud to present the book Dairy Farmers, Deeply Rooted for a Strong Future, which features, representing Alberta, the Crozier family of Cheslen Dairies, located in Sturgeon County, north of Edmonton.

Alberta bound – The Crozier family

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

In 1896, David Crozier ventured to what is now Sturgeon County, just north of Edmonton, where he purchased Cutbank Farm from William Cust. This land, which lies on the shores of Cutbank Lake, has remained in the Crozier family for 120 years. Today, David’s great grandson Lenard owns and operates Cheslen Dairies with his sons, Jason and Brett.

En route to the second round of NAFTA negotiations

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

On August 16, I landed in Washington for the first round of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiations. You could feel the anticipation in the air as politicians remained vague yet optimistic in their comments, while journalists attempted to read between the lines and predict any possible changes for NAFTA 2.0. In headlines that week were endless articles and speculations about the future of the dairy industry and ways to undermine supply management in Canada.

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