With great Island pride, ADL has been providing the local food service industry with a wide range of high-quality products for over 30 years
Oceanbrae Farms - Milking Shorthorns & Jerseys is run by the Barrett Family; proud farmers from Belmont, PEI (Lot 16).
The breed was established in the 18th century in Northwestern England, in the Valley of the Tees River bordering the counties of Durham, Northumberland and York. Bates and Booth established a “dairy-type” strain of Shorthorns on their farms in the region, and that strain has remained until this day.
The Jersey breed was developed on Jersey Island, one of a series of small Channel Islands in the channel between England and France, just off the coast of Normandy, France.
The first Holstein-Friesian cow to come to North America was imported from Holland to the United States in 1881
Artisan Gouda Cheese made in New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island
A Canadian Classic; Maritime Made. Squeak-ies Cheese Curds
COWS Creamery: a Prince Edward Island Company that grew from one store in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island in 1983 to 13 locations across Canada!
PEI's oldest dairy and still an Island favourite.