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DLS is pleased to welcome the following people to the Dairy Lane team:

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Jordan Danks

Ventilation Equipment Installation Technician
Joined DLS January 2020

Jordan has been with us for a year and a half. He started on the DLS Structures team, and this past year he transitioned to the ventilation side of the business, primarily installing DLS curtains.

Prior to being here, he worked in concrete forming, took a shot at building bridges, and worked in water treatment plants. Those jobs weren’t offering what he was looking for, and when Dairy Lane became an option, he saw the potential for growth and advancement and decided this was where he should be. Jordan also spent a year at Fanshawe in the Pre-Technology program.

A couple of his pastimes are doing reno’s on his home and working on various small projects. Once travel is a safe option again, Jordan desires to visit family in Europe – now that sounds like a great post-Covid plan!

His desire at DLS is to keep learning in all aspects of the company; so far, he’s had exposure to erecting steel structures and installing stabling, ventilation equipment, and mats. He has been involved with a few other projects as well. Jordan would like to one day be a supervisor and continue to grow with DLS.


Thamesford, ON

O'Neil Farms

A double 10 vertical lift parlour and 4 row dairy barn in progress!

Southwest Middlesex, ON

Macksvilla Farms

After the 3 GEA R9500 robot start-up in March, the old rotary parlour was removed to create a pack area with DLS panel fans and Jourdain stabling.

Seaforth, ON

New Morning Holsteins

The double 8 vertical lift parallel parlour was extended to double 12!

Westwaard BacTrol Backflush System

The Westwaard BacTrol Backflush System flushes each milking unit after milking each cow to prevent bacterial contamination between cows. Backflushing each milking unit between cows helps prevent mastitis.

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