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Dairy isn’t just what we do, it’s who we are. It’s been that way since the beginning, and it’ll be that way for generations to come. Follow the story of Kevin and his family’s dairy farm in Sarnia, Ontario.

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A dairy farmer (Nathan Siebinga) leaning on the back of his utility vehicle with his dog in the bed.

SMALL BATCHES, AND BIG HEARTS

From generational farmers to those forging a new legacy, every single Ontario dairy farmer will tell you that we live every day with passion, and purpose. It’s the only way we know how to live.

A dairy farmer (Nathan Siebinga) leaning on the back of his utility vehicle with his dog in the bed.
3 Schuurmans brothers standing side by side.

IT’S NOT JUST OUR FARM, IT’S OUR LEGACY

From a young age, our dairy farmers learn that when you treat a calf with care from day one, the effects are lasting for years to come. This isn’t just our career, it’s our calling.

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Julie Eby proudly standing alongside her 3 daughters.

ONE EYE ON TRADITION, ONE ON THE FUTURE

From one family to another, we put all of our care into our dairy farms. We don’t do it for the accolades or the recognition, but to build our legacy day by day, and generation by generation.

Julie Eby proudly standing alongside her 3 daughters.
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Ryan’s Family Farm, Elmira, Ontario

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“I appreciate our farm’s work/life balance.” Ryan’s day starts at 4:30 AM, but it’s important for him to finish the day with family dinner, even if it means going back out to the barns later at night.

Ryan’s Family Farm, Elmira, Ontario

“I appreciate our farm’s work/life balance.” Ryan’s day starts at 4:30 AM, but it’s important for him to finish the day with family dinner, even if it means going back out to the barns later at night.

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Nathan’s Family Farm, Atwood, Ontario

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“It’s about a strong family dynamic, a desire to learn, and an appreciation for what you have.” For Nathan and his family, dairy farming is about more than milking cows and clearing crops.

Nathan’s Family Farm, Atwood, Ontario

“It’s about a strong family dynamic, a desire to learn, and an appreciation for what you have.” For Nathan and his family, dairy farming is about more than milking cows and clearing crops.

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Tom, Jim & Eric’s Farm, Atwood, Ontario

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“Our community consumes a lot of our product so we strive to produce a good quality for our neighbours.” If you ask the brothers, honest, hard work is what they’ve always believed in.

Tom, Jim & Eric’s Farm, Atwood, Ontario

“Our community consumes a lot of our product so we strive to produce a good quality for our neighbours.” If you ask the brothers, honest, hard work is what they’ve always believed in.

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Julie’s Family Farm, Ayr, Ontario

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“It takes time, it takes patience, it takes hard work, it takes dedication.” Julie is proving to her daughters that strength and resolve mean you can do anything, like becoming a world champion breeder.

Julie’s Family Farm, Ayr, Ontario

“It takes time, it takes patience, it takes hard work, it takes dedication.” Julie is proving to her daughters that strength and resolve mean you can do anything, like becoming a world champion breeder.

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Andre’s Family Farm, Tillsonburg, Ontario

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“As a family farm, we’re always together. We wouldn’t know what to do other than dairy farming.” Andre’s family believes in helping one another in the house, outside with their animals, and away from the farm.

Andre’s Family Farm, Tillsonburg, Ontario

“As a family farm, we’re always together. We wouldn’t know what to do other than dairy farming.” Andre’s family believes in helping one another in the house, outside with their animals, and away from the farm.

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RECIPES CRAFTED FROM OUR FAMILIES FOR YOUR FAMILY

A little Ontario dairy, and a little care, goes a long way toward making a great recipe in your kitchen.

Middle Eastern Semolina Cake

This decadent cake is the perfect way to celebrate special occasions.

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Cheesy Scalloped Potato Gnocchi

Serve up this classic comfort food alongside your roast for a cozy meal your family will adore.

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Chocolate Semi Freddo With Strawberry Sauce

This rich and creamy dessert is great to make ahead, and delicious to serve to guests.

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Lemon Asparagus Fettucine With Smoked Salmon

This springtime pasta dish is an easy weeknight meal or dinner to share with friends and family.

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Double Cheese Arancini

These cheese-filled rice balls are a wonderful first course or deliciously different side dish.

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Marinated Feta Salad

Warm, gooey cheese with zippy heat is always a delicious complement to this crisp salad.

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Dairy Milk is Clean, Nutritious and Delicious

15 Essential Nutrients

Dairy milk is an easy source of 15 essential nutrients to help you live a healthy, active lifestyle.

The Protein You Need

Dairy milk has superior, more digestible proteins in higher quantities compared to plant based beverages, plus a wider array of amino acids.

Clean Label

Ontario dairy milk is all-natural and has no additives or preservatives. Plus, there’s only one simple ingredient – milk.

High performers
Recharge with milk

Hydrate, Refuel, Recharge

Hard work means nothing if you’re not hydrated to maintain athletic performance. Take the time to refuel and restore to go hard tomorrow. Don’t forget to eat a balanced meal for full recovery.

QUALITY CANADIAN DAIRY

The average dairy farm in Canada isn’t a factory - it's a family business, and tough, yet rewarding, work. It’s relatively small, with about 75 cows. Canadians can count on safe, high-quality milk provided by local families.

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