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Why I love baking with dairy

Consumer Article Kristie Pryor

For me, this is where excellent baking really begins — with butter and other dairy staples. I believe that ingredients like buttermilk, sour cream, and yogurt are what take ordinary baking and turn it into extraordinary food.

How Many Cows are on Canadian Dairy Farms?

Corporate Article DFC - PLC

Dairy farms in Canada come in all shapes and sizes, and vary by region. At an average of 96 cows per farm, Canadian dairy farms might be smaller than you think.

Sustainable Dairy Farming Practices

Corporate Article DFC - PLC

From crop rotation to precision farming to water and land management, Canadian dairy farmers are leading the way in sustainable farming practices.

Family, self-sufficiency, and innovation

Corporate Article Mr. Pierre Lampron

It was the Porter family’s resiliency and perseverance that led them to found Porter’s Dairy Farm. The farm provided for the family and has fed the community for the past 120 years.

A new generation of Canadian dairy farmers

Corporate Article DFC - PLC

Each bringing unique skills to a job they love, Canadian dairy farmers have one thing in common: a passion for producing the best possible milk. Here are their stories.

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.