Employee Announcements

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

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Employee Spotlight

Jeremy Tripp

Warehouse/Yard Attendant
Joined DLS December 2013

Jeremy has been with DLS for almost 8 years! He started out as a full-time employee with split duties. 50% of his time was spent on the Warehouse/Yard team and the other 50% delivering equipment to farms. As time moved on, Jeremy transitioned full-time into the delivery position for a few years before making a move to rejoin the Warehouse/Yard team full time with a focus on the stabling equipment.

At the age of 14, Jeremy started working part-time at Cuddy Farms. He remained there for 20 years, progressing into new opportunities becoming a lead hand and an assistant manager. Then, along came DLS and the rest is history!

He’s an outdoors guy who enjoys fishing, hiking in new areas and camping. He also likes racing and often attends local races at the Delaware Speedway or the Grand Bend Motorplex.

His dream is to one day become self-employed and live on a small hobby farm with his wife, sons Owen and Benjamin and his eight-month old baby girl Andrea.


Ormstown, QC

Homestead Lodge Holsteins

We were very excited to perform our first DLS curtain install in Quebec! We previously worked with them with Jourdain stabling in their dairy barn, and they also have Jourdain stabling and DLS panel fans in this barn renovation.

Monkton, ON

New Morning Holsteins

The underground work and concrete has been in progress for an upcoming 60 stall GEA rotary that will be positioned next to the tunnel ventilated DLS Structure we built in 2014.

Sarnia, ON

Forbesvue Farms

An upcoming Double 16 Vertical Lift Parlour with Individual Indexing. This unique build will incorporate a tunnel under the cow cross-over and equipment subways under the cow decks.

Walker Farms Milk Bottling Process

A quick video showing how the empty bottle is labelled, filled, and packaged up – ready for the consumer’s hands!

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