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Prince Edward Island


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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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To contact the Dairy Inspector on call - (902) 393-1161


New resource gives Island farming community more mental health support

Prince Edward Island’s farmers and their families have a new resource to help them deal with the mental and emotional stress that can come with farming life.

The new website (link is external) encourages farmers, producers and family members to open up about the challenges they face, to support each other and to reach out for help with any mental health struggles they may be dealing with. The site reminds farmers that they are not alone and includes personal messages about mental health, links to support services and advice on how farmers can take care of their mental health before it becomes a crisis.


CLICK HERE  to read the complete press release by Minister of Agriculture and Land, Hon. Bloyce Thompson


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Classifieds - August 5, 2019

Production  - January 2020

Payouts - December 2019

Memos - January 28, 2020

Newsletter - October 2019

Quota Exchange - March 2020

Credit Transfer Exchange - February 2020




Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Youth Employment and Skills Program


Youth Employment and Skills Program provides funding to organizations for the creation of agricultural internships that provide career-related work experiences to youth and youth facing barriers.


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On behalf of our Lactanet Atlantic Team and our entire Lactanet staff, I want to acknowledge and congratulate the Top Herd Performance Index herds for PEI, Carruthers Farm Ltd (Mike Carruthers and Family) in third position; Tiny Acres Holsteins (Wade and Logan Bryanton) in second position; and, in particular, Jewell Dale Farm Inc. (Logan Jewell and Family) who finished as the Top PEI herd, Top Atlantic herd, and #9 in all of Canada! This is truly an amazing accomplishment and one that is well deserved as we know that Logan and his team have been working hard at these six areas of management! Congratulations!

Jeff Gunn, M. Sc. P. Ag.
Regional Manager - Business Coach

Atlantic Young Breeders School

February 28 - March 1, 2020

Glengarry, Best Western, Truro, NS

Theme: Paying it Forward – Farm Profitability

The 2020 school will be the 9th edition of the Atlantic Young Breeders School. This is an excellent opportunity for young people (Age 19-30) who are interested in the dairy industry to join a group with similar interests for a weekend of learning and fun. Participants will be grouped into small teams. They will be tasked with evaluating a farm scenario and developing solutions and a plan for this farm. Work will be based on the seminars and farm tours provided throughout the weekend. Prizes will be provided to the top individuals and teams.

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Announcing the DFC proAction® Initiative:

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2019 Holstein Canada Master Breeders

MacBeath Farms


Canadian Agricultural Loans Act (CALA) Program

Helping Farmers Innovate and Expand


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2018 Ron Sampson Milk Quality Award


Mull Na Beinne Farms Ltd.

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PEI Department of Agriculture and Fisheries

Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP)

2018-2023 Programs Click here for more information



Soil Conservationist of the Year-Livestock Category

Tiny Acres Holsteins




Premises Identification

Program for Livestock and Poultry

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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







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