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Two-Year Transition-Period granted under Transportation Regulations for Livestock Sector

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association In December 2019, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie Claude Bibeau addressed beef cattle producers regarding livestock transportation regulations at the...

New amendment to the Canadian Beef, Bison and Veal Carcass Grade Requirements effective January...

Source: Canadian Beef Grading Agency The Canadian Beef Grading Agency (CBGA) is responsible for the delivery of grading service for beef, bison and veal carcasses...

Cattle and cold temperatures

Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Ways to lessen the stress created by the latest cold snap on livestock. Barry Yaremcio, beef and forage specialist at the...

Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame announces 2020 inductees

Source: Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame The Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame (SAHF) today announced the five individuals and one couple who will be inducted...

CCA applauds progress on CUSMA, encourages ratification

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) has long been an advocate for free trade, open markets, and the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA). The...

BFO Welcomes Canadian Agriculture Partnership Investment in Antimicrobial Use and Resistance Surveillance Research in...

Source: Beef Farmers of Ontario The Beef Farmers of Ontario (BFO) welcomes the investment of up to $294,314 through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (the Partnership)...

The importance of pregnancy checking the cow herd

Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Knowing which cows are pregnant can help with strategic selection of the herd. In a year where feed supplies are tight,...

Canadian Beef Trade to China Resumed

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) has learned that effective today Canadian meat export certificates to China will be resumed. “The Canadian...

Vaccinate your cow and protect your calves from scours

80% of calf mortality (from 0 to 21 days) is due to scours.1 But you can prevent it with vaccination. Take part in a...

Your Invited! Immunization Strategies To Manage The Risk Of Abortion In Beef Cows

When it comes to future productivity, there’s nothing more important than fetal protection. Take part in a free one-hour online webinar for producers with...
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