Find 139 Principale Street, turn onto Lavergne Street (formerly St-Paul), St-Albert, take the third entrance on the left.

9 am to 5 pm

You are responsible for your own safety and security on site.

“I find Popsilos inspiring. It will bring a smile to the faces of those who pass by.”
- Martin Benoît, owner

A passion for cows and 100% Canadian milk

We sat in the modern kitchen around the table in the house that once wasn’t so modern, that saw three generations of entrepreneurial farmers go by. Martin Benoît still works with his parents, but he’s taken the reigns of the family dairy farm. He absolutely loves his cows. He knows them. He’s proud that Canadians can buy 100% Canadian milk products from the St-Albert Cheese Co-operative, a movement he’s adamant to support. Since the 60s, this community of farmers made the decision that they would be in control of producing and selling their products and created the Co-operative. Teamwork has played a big role in farming communities since the early days and still does, through the co-operative movement. Martin will be leading a large renovation project this summer that will bring forward technology advancements that increase the comfort of his cows. He’s thrilled.

Artists Benny Wilding and Carlos Oliva will be painting a mural themed Environment at Ben-Rey-Mo ltd Farm.

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The Popsilos project combines art and agrifood tourism in a circuit that leads to five giant murals celebrating Canada’s 150th on farm silos in the Prescott-Russell countryside, interlacing small producers where visitors can discover local produce and other products.

Site Plan

Contact

jen@popsilos.ca

C. 613.447.6959


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