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Prince Edward Island


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Welcome to the Dairy Farmers of PEI web site

This web site is operated by the Dairy Farmers of PEI to provide a one  stop source for information about milk to Islanders and Producers. 


This web site will be updated on a periodic basis to reflect changes as they happen in the dairy industry on PEI. 




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DFPEI Calendar

 Atlantic Dairy Industry Events Calendar



Join the campaign in support of 100% Canadian Milk


Vary your DAIRY EXPERIENCE by trying out some new recipes!

milk  cheese  yogurt  butter  ice cream



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PRODUCERS!  LOG IN to find Lab Results - Production & Payout Stats - Memos - Newsletters & More

August Payout & September Production Data now  on-line


DFPEI Fall District Meetings

November 16th at 10:30 AM  - Summerside & West Prince meeting at Slemon Park Hotel

November 17th at 10:30 AM - Charlottetown & Montague/Souris meeting at Farm Center

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the proAction Training Sessions that were planned for the week of December 5-9, 2016 will be cancelled.   Further training will be announced for January and March/April 2017; meeting dates and locations will be circulated at a later date.

Valacta Workshops - Profit from the Numbers, Nov 21 & 22, 2016

Industry experts, Don Anderson (Milk Quality Expert) and Dr. Stirling Dorrance (Valacta Advisor), will show you the power of the numbers that come from the Valacta reports and how these numbers can be used to monitor herd performance, leading to the potential of increased profitability. 

For more information, see attached or call Customer Service @ 1-800-266-5248. Or to register, please contact Jeff Gunn @ 902-759-4866 or your Valacta technician.  Book now – seating is limited.

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Announcing the DFC proAction® Initiative:

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Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd. invites you to join them for a lunch and learn session about:

New Information on Transition Cows and Dairy Cattle Welfare

Date: Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Time: 10:00AM - 2:00PM

Location: Rodd Royalty, Charlottetown

RSVP: Please confirm your attendance with Nathalie Newby by phone: (289) 921-6009 or email: by October 31, 2016


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Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada


Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is pleased to announce a new initiative that may fit into your plans this year.  The Agricultural Youth Green Jobs Initiative supports employers who wish to hire youth to undertake environmentally beneficial activities on their farm; or employers who employ youth in the agriculture sector to undertake environmentally beneficial activities. 

More detailed information is available by logging on to the website:

Agricultural Youth Green Jobs Initiative




2015 Ron Sampson Milk Quality Award Recipient


Gordon Aten

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Soil Conservationist of the Year-Livestock Category

Frizzell's Valleyville Farms Inc.



Allan Equipment Manufacturing Ltd.

The measure of success.

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PEI Department of Agriculture and Fisheries

Growing Forward 2

2013-2018 Programs

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Provide Feedback on Growing Forward 2 Programs

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Premises Identification

Program for Livestock and Poultry

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Have Your Say in Canadian Dairy Research online at and you can win!

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The Atlantic Johne's Disease Initiative (AJDI) is a voluntary program for the Dairy Farmers of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador, in partnership with Maritime Quality Milk at the Atlantic Veterinary College. The program provides education and assistance to Atlantic dairy farmers to assess and address Johne's on their farms. For more information about the program please visit the Atlantic Johne's Disease Initiative Website

Dairy Farmers of Canada and the National Farm Animal Care Council have collaborated with scientists and government experts and the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies to update and strengthen the Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Dairy Cattle. The Code meets or exceeds the majority of the standards of humane livestock treatment expected by the food industry and society.

Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Dairy Cattle


Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Animal Health Starts on the Farm

 On-Farm Feed Mixing    





Canadian Milk Matters Rally in PEI - June 2nd, 2016


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PEI Farmers Rally in Support of Supply Management!!

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