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 pending availability of tour guides. Please submit the appropriate form.