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Global leaders in advancing dairy

Dairy at Guelph is a network of over 60 faculty and 120 graduate students and postdocs at the University of Guelph from many subjects. As a research centre, Dairy at Guelph creates collaborative opportunities to discover, develop and implement new best practices in dairy production and foods, with support from industry leaders and government. This global leadership has earned the University of Guelph the title of Canada’s Dairy University. 

Enhancing research in 10 key areas

Dairy at Guelph enhances the accomplishments and recognition of dairy-related research at the University of Guelph in 10 key areas:

  • Animal nutrition
  • Product development and food safety
  • Engineering
  • Environment
  • Animal health
  • Human health and nutrition
  • Economics, consumer choices and marketing
  • Genetics and genomics
  • Behaviour and welfare
  • Reproduction

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Meet our researchers

Dr. Stephen LeBlanc

Research Program Director, Animal Production Systems

Professor at the Ontario Veterinary College, Department of Population Medicine

Dr. LeBlanc is a veterinarian and professor working in dairy cattle health management. His most significant contributions have been in the area of dairy cattle reproduction, specifically in improving reproductive performance through better prevention and treatment of reproductive disease and development of reproductive management programs. He collaborates extensively with colleagues in his department and in other institutions, with a research approach that integrates animal science, applied physiology, nutrition with veterinary medicine. Visit Dr. LeBlanc webpage.

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