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Friday, February 9, 2018
Dr. Robert Tremblay sees a lot of calf bottles soaking in sinks. Like they are supposed to get clean that way. It must be a recreational activity. I guess bottles like to swim every day, joked the veterinarian as he addressed the issue of cleaning in re
Friday, October 23, 2015
When it came time to naming the new business, Jessica Hastings knew she wanted it to contain the words lamb and delicious . She s telling me this as we sit on the tailgate of my truck, feet dangling over wet grass, while her four-year-old asks for...
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
By Keith Roulston When you re as far on the leading edge as Paul and Rose Hill, you ve got to figure the issues out for yourself, from production to marketing. It took a year of working out the kinks, before the Hills became Ontario s first producers of
Monday, March 30, 2015
At first, the pigs race to the back of the pen after glimpsing the multi-coloured plastic toys Kyla Ballard has attached to their teeter-totter. One pig approaches, then another, and within minutes the entire pen is sniffing and biting the new...