Please note the (780) 986-9562 is no longer in service. To reach the Dairy Congress please contact Jim at (780) 980-7178. Thank you.
Thank you for celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Alberta Dairy Congress June 7-11, 2016 with us.
Thank you to all of our volunteers, sponsors, donors, show and sale participants and judges for making the 30th Anniversary of the Alberta Dairy Congress a great success! We couldn't have done it without you.
Alberta Dairy Herd Builder Sale
The Herd Builder Sale Catalog
The herd builder sale is a staple of the Dairy Congress events. The 30th anniversary of the Alberta Dairy Congress promises to be impressive.
The 2016 auctioneer is John Copithorne
Click here to download the 2016 Herd Builder Sale Catalog to see the high quality cows and bloodlines available.
The Dairy Show Program
The Dairy Show gives producers from across the province an opportunity to show off the best cows in their herd.
The Alberta Dairy Congress is four days of entertainment, information and networking opportunities designed to promote agriculture in Alberta, with a focus on the dairy industry. Do Albertans really know where their food comes from, other than the grocery store? Most of us probably know our milk, meat and produce comes from farms, but how much do we actually know about the way our food is grown and harvested? And about those who produce it?
The Annual Alberta Dairy Congress is your chance to take an inside look at the dairy industry and get in touch with Alberta’s agricultural roots.
This year's judges are;
- Mike Flaman from Vibank, Saskatchewan - Junior Show
- Jeff Donohoe from Petersfield, Manitoba - Holstein Show
The preferred hotels of the 30th Anniversary Dairy Congress are;
5207 50 Avenue, Leduc AB T9E 6V3
Call us at 1-780-986-2241
Booking Code: #ABDC16
8450 Sparrow Drive, Leduc AB T9E 7G4
Direct: (780) 986-1840
Toll Free: 1-888-202-3770
Leduc employee's dairy connectionruns deep!
Marissa Vroegh, on the cover, is the niece to City of Leduc employee, Trudy Vroegh. Trudy is the Administrative Assistant for the Family and Community Support Services Department and grew up on a dairy farm. In fact, her brother's farm (Sunny Point Farms) was just named 4th by Canwest DHI and Valacta in herd management across the country and was ranked number one in Nova Scotia.
Presented by the Leduc & District Chamber of Commerce