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What supply management means for Canadians

Consumer Article DFC - PLC

Supply management is a sustainable agricultural system that provides peace of mind to farmers and consumers. Find out what it means for Canadians.

DFC response to the Montreal Economic Institute

Corporate Article Pierre Lampron

On August 17th, 2017, the Montreal Economic Institute released yet another misleading paper in their ideologically fuelled quest to rid Canada of supply management. The paper itself, titled “Does Agricultural Prosperity Require Supply Management?” offers little, if any, evidence to back up that claim.

Supply Management: Cementing Canadian Food Security

Corporate Resource

By ensuring farmers produce only enough to meet the needs of Canadians, supply management helps the sector reduce waste and improve sustainability, prevent wild fluctuations in the farm-gate price of milk and enhances Canada’s food sovereignty and security.

Raising a glass for World Milk Day

Corporate Article Pierre Lampron

On World Milk Day, we would like to take this time to thank consumers for their support of supply management in recent months.

Dairy Farmers of Canada in Washington, D.C.

Corporate News

Representatives from Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) are in Washington with their supply managed partners for the beginning of the re-negotiations of the North American Free-Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

En route to the second round of NAFTA negotiations

Corporate Article 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.