Cattle continues bottom building, bulls take their time

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market which...

Beef and forage issues series – smooth versus rough awns

Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry This six part series looks at various beef and forage related issues discussed during a recent tour of east-central Alberta...

Choose delicious Ontario beef and pork

Source: Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Ontario cares about our farmers and encourages consumers to show their support for beef and pork farmers by...

CCA cheers Agri-Food Immigration Pilot to address acute labour shortages in beef sector

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) welcomes today’s news of the Agri-Food Immigration Pilot program. Foreign workers on Canadian farms and in...

VBP+ welcomes $602,250 CAP funding to support program advancement

Source: Beef Cattle Research Council The Verified Beef Production Plus (VBP+) program, under the umbrella of the Beef Cattle Research Council, a division of the...

Government of Canada Investing in the Future of Canadian Beef

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Today, Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, attended the Calgary Stampede where she announced an investment of $8.3 million...

Improved moisture conditions boost Saskatchewan crops

Cory Jacob - Saskatchewan Agriculture Full Interview 3:50 Listen Farmscape for July 10, 2019 A Crop Development Specialist with Saskatchewan Agriculture says recent rains have dramatically improved...

China update

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) has met with the federal Agriculture and Agri-Food and International Trade Ministers regarding the suspension of...

Survey shows 47% of Canadian ag producers can’t fill their labor needs

Source: Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council news release The Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council's newly released Labour Market Forecast to 2029 indicates that Canada's agriculture...

Livestock producers temporarily allowed to cut hay and graze animals on Crown Land

Source: Manitoba Beef Producers Manitoba Agriculture advises that, due to dry conditions in parts of the province, livestock producers will temporarily be allowed to cut hay...