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Source: Canadian Cattle Association Canadian Cattle Young Leaders is pleased to announce this year’s industry-leading mentors who are kindly investing their expertise and time to lend a helping hand to the next generation of the Canadian beef industry. Each year, Canadian...
Source: Canadian Cattle Association The Canadian Cattle Association (CCA) is pleased to announce Wray Ranch, located near Irricana, Alberta, as the recipient of The Environmental Stewardship Award (TESA) for 2023. Doug and Linda Wray, who own and operate Wray Ranch in...
Source: Beef Farmers of Ontario The Advance Payments Program (APP) is a federal program under the Agriculture Marketing Programs Act (AMPA), which provides agriculture producers with easy access to low-interest cash advances for livestock and crops. Under the program, beef farmers...
All-natural DOSTO® Caps supports gut health, performance and more –  helping farmers shift to new reduced antibiotics landscape  The new year means new opportunities for Canada’s beef industry as innovative new options become more widely available to help raise healthy...
Dr. Tim Nickel, Technical Services Veterinarian, Bovine, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Canada Inc. Article Summary: In any robust parasite control program, there should be both management and treatment options. Animals that have all their nutritional needs met are better able...
Source: BCRC, https://www.beefresearch.ca/ Beef carcass grading is an important step in delivering consistent beef products to consumers. Grading places carcasses into uniform groups of similar quality. The information collected through the grading process is used in making marketing and production...
Dr. Tim Nickel, Technical Services Veterinarian, Bovine, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Canada Inc. Article Summary: Given the limited number of products available today to treat internal and external parasites, preserving the efficacy of the ones we have now is important. ...
Source: National Farm Animal Care Council, Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Beef Cattle Section 4.1 There is less risk of injury to both animals and handlers when cattle are handled quietly and calmly. Experienced handlers who...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry “In Alberta, cull cow revenue has typically made up over 17% of the total value of production on cow-calf operations, as reported by AgriProfit$ for 2016 to 2020,” says Ann Boyda, livestock economist with the...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry “Based on Statistics Canada's July 1 inventory numbers, the national beef cow herd declined by 1.7% in 2022 over 2021,” says Ann Boyda, market analyst with Alberta Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development. “This decline...
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