Researcher’s Corner

Did you know that Alberta dairy farmers produce over 6 million hectolitres of milk a year? How does the milk you drink get from “moo” to you? Learn everything you wanted to know and more about milk and dairy farming, processing, and products in these articles! Build your research skills as you explore the importance of agriculture and the value of natural resources in Alberta and Canada. Use the Word Cloud below to search for information on more specific topics!

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Part of Alberta’s Roots

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What attracted homesteaders and farmers to Alberta?

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Homesteading and Dairy Farming in the 1800s

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Growth and Change in the 1900s

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Modernization in the 1950s

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Dairy Farming Today

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It Starts on the Farm

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How many people does it take to make a glass of milk?

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Keeping the Family in Family Farms

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How Resources Move from Farm to Community

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Taking Care of Cows

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Canada’s Regions and Agricultural Communities

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Farming Across Canada

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Farming Facts

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Changes in Farming

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Grow Organic and Eat Local

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Adding Value to our Natural Resources

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What dairy products are made from milk?

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What happens to milk at the dairy?