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One Canadian farm family and their story of growth

Four generations ago, the Dyck family grew grain and their farm was also home to pigs and cows. Today they produce wheat, oats, soybean, rye grass for turf, alfalfa for seed production, leafcutter bees and eggs—diversification supported  by Canada’s system of supply management.

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