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Dealing With Feed Shortages on Your Beef Farm

Source: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Dry weather during summer or spring can lead to possible feed shortages. The following decision making...

Canadian Cattlemen’s Association with the support of Canadian Canola Growers Association and Grain Growers...

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association Severe drought conditions are creating significant concerns for beef, grain and oilseed producers in the prairie provinces and parts of B.C. and Ontario. Extreme temperatures and...

Farm Business Management – The Economics of Creep Feeding

Source: Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives Creep feeding beef calves on pasture is an option you may want to consider. In the past, the...

Former CCA President Stan Eby inducted into the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association The Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association (CAHFA) has announced its five 2021 inductees, including Stan Eby, former Canadian Cattlemen’s Association...

Farm Stewardship Program Supports Saskatchewan Cow-Calf Producers in Protecting Surface Water

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Today, the governments of Canada and Saskatchewan announced a new beneficial management practice (BMP) for cow-calf producers under the Farm...

How to Manage Fly Pests in the Cattle Herd

Source: PennState Extension Fly Pests Have flies been bothering your livestock? Fly control can help keep cattle happy, healthy, and productive. Fly Identification In order to put fly...

Update on cattle imports and exports

Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Year-to-date cattle exports are at one of the lowest levels in 15 years, while imports are increasing.    ‘Canadian cattle exports for...

The 2021 Census of Agriculture and beef farming in Canada

Source: Statistics Canada In May 2021, farm operators will be asked to complete the 2021 Census of Agriculture questionnaire to help update Canada's agricultural profile. Data...

Shortage of slaughterhouse space costing meat buyers, farmers alike

Cows and their calves graze in an Alberta pasture in 2019. Eastern Ontario beef producers say there's a bottleneck at local slaughterhouses that's causing...

COVID convinced farmers to sell directly to consumers, something they say they’ll keep doing

Patrick Cooley The Columbus Dispatch County Line Meats lost a large portion of its customer base when Ohio temporarily shuttered most restaurants in mid-March last year....

Livestock Sustainability Gets A Boost From Beef-On-Dairy

By GREG HENDERSON July 8, 2021 Cargill is collaborating with beef industry partners seeking environmental benefits to dairy-beef crossbreeding, a practice known in the industry as ‘beef-on-dairy.’...

Diet is at heart of beef’s race to net zero

By Quality Meat Scotland Dr Karen Beauchemin Diet is at heart of beef’s race to net zero, according to Dr Karen Beauchemin, a federal scientist in Canada...

Finishing Beef Cattle On The Farm

By Paul Beck, David Lalman Print-friendly PDF  Share Fact Sheet  JUMP TO: Selection General Facility Considerations Finishing Options Forage Finishing Grain Finishing in Confinement Grain Finishing...

Managing Pinkeye During Summer Months

by A.J. Tarpoff, DVM, MS, Beef Extension Veterinarian Pinkeye (Infectious Bovine Keratoconjunctivitis) can be a costly disease for cattle producers during the summer and early fall...

Maximizing the value of your harvested forages: Considerations on proper storage of round bales

by Dale Blasi, Stocker, Forages, Nutrition and Management specialist and  Jaymelynn Farney, Beef Systems Specialist, Parsons Harvesting forages for future use during the winter feeding period or...
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