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Sumas Prairie, BC
Birchwood Dairy Farm is a combination dairy farm, processing plant, country store and Ice Cream Parlor. The farm has 220 acres of land where we milk approximately 120 cows and have close to 140 young stock. Enough hay and silage is grown on the farm to feed our happy cows all year long.
Today, Hewitt’s Dairy continues to produce an expansive range of quality Canadian dairy products, including a full range of fluid milk, a variety of specialty goat milk products, and the rich Hewitt’s ice cream.
In 1981, the company incorporated all its dairies under the popular Neilson brand name. When Saputo acquired Neilson Dairy in 2008, it joined Canada’s largest dairy producer and distributor.
When you choose Natrel, you are choosing products made from 100% Canadian milk. Natrel offers everything from good morning lattes to late night cookie dunks. Part of the eggnog made in Canada directory.
Reid’s Dairy is focused on exceptional customer service while ensuring our products are produced with high quality and safe for all families to enjoy. Here at Reid’s Dairy we know establishing and maintaining customer relationships is important. Our state of the art manufacturing facility also allows us the flexibility to offer other services such as custom blending, co-packing options and private label products. Working with retail, wholesale and industrial companies is just the beginning of what we do. Part of the Canadian made eggnog directory.
St. Johns, NB
It all began in 1924, when Robert W. Baxter purchased a small milk route in Saint John, New Brunswick. After selling and delivering pasteurized milk door to door by horse and wagon, he decided to build his own milk processing plant. In 1931, Baxter Dairies Limited was born.
Generations later and still a trusted name, we have been a staple for New Brunswick families and a welcome guest at countless kitchen tables across the province. That’s because, since 1924, our brand has been delivering high-quality milk products to both city and countryside alike. It’s what makes Baxter milk the one New Brunswick grew up on. Part of the eggnog made in Canada directory.
Blackwell Dairy began in the year 1913. Milton Blackwell moved from Vancouver and bought a farm east of Kamloops, in Barnhartvale. The farm produced fresh milk and Milton sold all his farm products in Kamloops at the farmers market and through home delivery.
In 1928 the farm headquarters moved to its present location and built a new dairy barn. Son’s Arthur and Everett slept in the loft of the new barn that winter and milked the dairy cows. In 1947 Arthur took over the farm from his father, Milton. In 1952 Milton passed away and Arthur sold many of the dairy cows and pursued the sheep business. In 1966 Arthur partnered with his son Ted and began the building of the dairy farm once again.
The milk produced was shipped to Noca Dairy located in Vernon. In 1983 they built their own processing plant. The processing plant was incorporated in 1986 and thus Blackwell Dairy Farm Inc. was formed. Part of the Canadian made eggnog directory.
Island Farms is a dairy cooperative located on Vancouver Island since 1944. With a wide range of dairy products, we’ve built a reputation for good things from good people close by.
Though we’ve grown and changed over the years, our commitment to producing top quality dairy products has never wavered. As part of the Agropur family, the largest dairy co-operative in Canada, we now deliver more than 600 fresh dairy products to families throughout British Columbia.
2017 marked the proud 80th anniversary of the Kawartha Dairy Company, a 100% Canadian, 100% family owned company producing a variety of dairy products. Part of the eggnog made in Canada directory.
Our family began milking Jerseys at Miller’s Dairy in 1959 as Jersey milk was in strong demand because of its exceptional quality. Most of our present-day cows can be traced back generations to our original herd. There was never any discussion about switching breeds. We knew Jersey cows meant always having a quality product. Unchanged: Our family began milking Jerseys at Miller’s Dairy in 1959 as Jersey milk was in strong demand because of its exceptional quality. Most of our present-day cows can be traced back generations to our original herd. There was never any discussion about switching breeds. We knew Jersey cows meant always having a quality product.
Unchanged: Miller’s Dairy milk is available only in glass bottles. This is a responsible decision we chose to make for our environment. Our bottles are returned to the dairy then washed, sanitized and refilled with Fresh Jersey Milk. Our glass bottles keep the milk colder, thus effectively and naturally slowing the aging process of the milk. Our milk is healthier, stays fresh longer and tastes great! Part of the eggnog made in Canada directory.