Here are some funny things to know about cows from some of the people who know them best — P.E.I. beef farmer Kurt Duncan of Cornwall and dairy farmer Bloyce Thompson from Frenchfort.
Milking time on a dairy farm doesn’t stop for a pandemic. Hopefully, neither does milk pick-up and processing. The P.E.I. dairy industry is urging even more rigorous sanitation procedures in order to keep the supply chain rolling.
With the closure of restaurant dining rooms during the COVID-19 pandemic cutting into demand, P.E.I.'s dairy farmers have reduced production.
With restaurants across Canada and the U.S. shut down in the COVID-19 pandemic, the P.E.I.-based dairy ADL is having to deal with a marketplace that has been 'disrupted overnight.'
Veteran dairy farmer describes this as the toughest growing season in 42 years