Breeder Stories

Team Royalty Ridge Goes for the Gold
Karen Knutsen

As we watch the Olympic Games from Rio this August, we’re reminded that in order to achieve greatness, especially in sports, it takes a lifetime of training and perseverance.

Training Grounds
Norm Nabholz, IA

No matter how it is labeled, to be considered a star in a chosen field by your peers is something experienced by few.

Ferdon Genetics- Leaving a Legacy

The snow-capped mountain ranges, green undulating hills and stunning crystal clear volcanic waters, make the North island of New Zealand a popular location for blockbuster films including the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Putting dairy cows to pasture makes for healthy soil and delicious milk
Nancy Singelton Hashisu

Milk production, which was essentially nil during the Edo Period (1603-1868), did not begin in Japan until the Meiji Era (1868-1912).

Humble Beginnings at Logan
Emma Jones

In 1975 the Logan herd switched from Dairy Shorthorns to British Friesians. In the 1980s, Canadian Holsteins were imported to Logan and by the mid 1990s the herd was 100% pedigree Holstein.

The success of Chubanna Holsteins

Located in the heart of Alberta, Chubanna Holsteins is one of the many great stops on the Canadian National Holstein Convention farm tours in April.

Facets from Farmers & Farmsteaders – Dairy Processor Roundtable
Nicole Breunig

Three processors from different parts of the world discuss their business, their opportunities and challenges and what makes their job so rewarding.

Beslea Farms Ltd “Around the World of Dairy” Tour

Our next tour takes us to a farm that has been in the family for 6 generations, Beslea Farms Ltd located in Yarker, Ontario.

Troutbeck Ayrshires “Around the World of Dairy” Tour

Our next tour takes place at Troutbeck Ayrshire. A family operated farm that is situated in the County of Cumbria, England. It is 10 miles from the Scottish border and on the edge of the Lake District National Park.

Fäboda Gård “Around the World of Dairy” Tour

Our next tour takes place at Fäboda Gård, a family run Dairy farm from a small village called Ånäset in the county of Västerbotten which is North of Sweden.

Bois Seigneur Holstein ‘Around the World of Dairy’ Tour

Our next tour takes us to Bois Seigneur Holstein which is located at Bois Seigneur Isaac, 20 km under Brussels in Belgium.

Gaec De La Ville Gourio ‘Around the World of Dairy’ Tour

Our next ‘Around the World of Dairy’ tour takes place at Gaec De La Ville Gourio, a family owned and operated Dairy farm from Brittany, France.

Supply Management – A Canadian’s Perspective
Matt Plett

In light of the recent decision by Grassland Dairy Products to drop 75 of their producers and President Trump’s recent remarks regarding dairy trade between Canada and the United States, many interesting discussions have taken place between farmers in our

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Haustein Farms ‘Around the World of Dairy’ Tour

Every day we have viewers contacting us from all over the world. Each one describing the uniqueness of their Dairy operation.

Knowlesmere Holsteins: More Than Meets The Eye

Nestled in the quiet country lanes of rural Shropshire, lies Knowlesmere Holsteins; a herd quickly establishing itself as one of the major forces within the UK. Read more about Knowlesmere in this article, that originally appeared in Cowsmopolitan in 2014.


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