Feeding the World Interpretive Centre
Located in the Rayner Dairy Research and Teaching Facility, the Feeding the World Interpretive Center educates the public about agriculture using a dairy barn as a model.
The interpretive gallery use dairy production as a way for visitors to explore the agricultural story of Saskatchewan and its role in global food production. Featuring an overhead walkway, the barn provides a bird’s-eye view of the herd, milking parlour and computer-based milk robot.
The interpretive centre is open to the public for self-guided tours noon to 4:30 pm, with the exception of public holidays.
Guided tours are available upon request for school groups, and government and industry groups. Please submit the appropriate form.
We are fully booked for guided school group tours! While we will not be acccepting guided tour requests from school groups until Fall 2017, you are more than welcome to take a self-guided tour.