We are preparing to resume the delivery of all services for our customers. You will find here our expected COVID emergency response levels for each province.
Each one of us must live in this ‘new normal’, which will be our daily life for several months to come, and together we are adapting to a changing environment quickly.
DairyTrace Now Set for Fall Implementation Following CFIA Approval
Lactanet Canada and Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) today announced that DairyTrace, the much-anticipated national dairy cattle traceability program will become a reality in the fall of 2020, providing a single, common framework for dairy farmers to track animal identity and movements.
Lactanet Canada is proud to recognize excellence in dairy herd management by releasing the Canadian Top 25 Herds, based on the 2019 Herd Management Score results. The evaluation was completed at a national level amongst a total of more than 6,500 herds.
Holstein Canada and Lactanet are excited to announce the launch of Compass, a free online software that helps Canadian producers make profitable decisions in an industry constantly in flux. Developed in collaboration with Zoetis, Compass is an advancement in herd management, with current and projected genetic information freely available to all Canadian dairy farmers.
Lactanet Achieves Historic Milestone
Lactanet Canada recently achieved an historic milestone by enrolling its 100,000th cow from robotic systems, on milk recording. With about 700,000 cows total on milk recording in the country, robotic herds have become an important and sizeable segment for Lactanet.
Integrating Herd Management & Genetic Services
Today a progressive new partnership in the dairy industry was announced to come into effect on June 3rd, 2019. CanWest DHI, Valacta and Canadian Dairy Network will work together at the management of the new organization known as Lactanet Canada.