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Climate Change: Doing Our Part

Corporate Article DFC - PLC

Canadian dairy farmers are deeply committed to combatting climate change and to adopting sustainable farming practices – our livelihood depends on it.

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.

Dairy Farmers of Canada comments on the consistency of butter

Corporate News

There has been no recent data to show that the consistency of butter has changed, and we are not aware of any significant changes in dairy production or processing. Our sector is working with experts to further assess these reports.

Seafood Kebobs with Lemon Sauce

Consumer Recipe

Surprise your barbecue and your friends with these shrimp kebobs! A nice change from the meat variety.

Welcome to Glenview Farms

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

Farming has never been easy, but farming in Newfoundland is especially challenging – it’s an isolated island with limited land and a shorter growing season due to its climate. Despite its challenges, the Walsh family wouldn’t want to be doing anything else.

Herbed Spaghetti Squash

Consumer Recipe

For a change-of-pace, serve this unique squash in place of spaghetti. Pass extra Parmesan for sprinkling over top.

Pan-Fried Pork with Olive Tapenade

Consumer Recipe

If you usually buy pork chops, why not try pork tenderloin for a change? Cut into medallions, and the meat is cooked in a flash.