Canada’s dairy farms are doing their best to survive the Great Lakes crisis
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Dairy farmers across the country have been coping with the aftermath of the Great Lake spill.
Some have begun making their own antibiotics to try to boost their stock.
Others have put up fences and barricades to keep out outsiders.
But a growing number are also taking matters into their own hands.
They are making milk at home, buying fresh milk and turning to farmers markets to stock up on the supplies they need.
That is creating a humanitarian crisis in the Great Canadian Lakes region.
Dairy farmers across the country have been coping with the aftermath of the Great Lake spill.Some have begun making their…
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