Recently a large Toronto newspaper published articles against supply management. When asked the question “are you against GMO?”, many people in the city answered Yes!
It seems like spring is in the air and with Spring Break coming up we can do some serious spring cleaning.
Sometimes we all say the “Good Old Days” on the farm, but we quickly forget all the manual labour our grandfathers had to do.
Finding the right candidate, is not a mission impossible. Only 20 metres from the border of the RM of La Broquerie, I live in the RM of Ste Anne.
All throughout the Prairies most of the farmers are looking forward to sunshine so the fields will dry up.
According to my beautiful Jersey cow, which is acting very frisky, spring is on the way.
The senior dairy farmer and his wife enjoying a cup of tea together when their phone rang. The wife answered the phone and what she understood is that their 82 year old cousin lost control of his gas grain truck and flipped in the ditch, not far from their dairy farm.
In trade, we have one thing in common with the other dairy farmers across the border. All the milk looks the same; it is white, it’s healthy, tastes fabulous and we all need it.
You may remember Mr. Van Vogt, the science fiction writer from the 1940’s. Van Vogt was born on a farm in Edenburg, a Russian Mennonite community east of Gretna, Manitoba.