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Meat Processing Essential Workers Eligible to Receive Vaccines as Part of Phase Two of...

Source: Beef Farmers of Ontario Announced yesterday by Premier Doug Ford; Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health; Solicitor General Sylvia Jones; and General...

Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan make $9.8 million investment into crop research

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Today, Canada’s Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Marie-Claude Bibeau, and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit announced $9.8 million in funding...

USask researchers put forages to the test in intensive grazing trial

Source: University of Saskatchewan, Lana Haight A University of Saskatchewan graduate student is combining her love of cattle and her keen interest in forages as she seeks...

Artificial insemination in cows

Source: Canadian Veterinary Medical Association Artificial insemination or AI has become a popular means of impregnating cows in the modern production facility, but this is...

Beef Herd Management Systems Research Results

The cow-calf industry is characterized by a unique combination of variation and tradition. Wide variety is found in the breeds, people and scale of...

Managing Reproduction

As a company that distributes genetic improvement, ABS Global understands that the vehicle to accomplish that is primarily reproductive technology. ABS has long been...

Processing capacity continues to weigh on Ontario beef industry

While the beef industry in Grey-Bruce weathered 2020 and the challenges that came with the COVID-19 pandemic, work continues to address concerns around packing...

Cattlemen’s Young Leaders Mentorship Program open for applications

National initiative helps 18 to 35 year olds advance their careers in the Canadian beef industry Young people looking to advance their careers in the...

Preconditioning Cattle Reduces Weaning Stress, Improves Feedlot Performance

Weaning is the most stressful time in a beef calf’s life. At this time, calves are being separated from their dams, and may be...

Snow as a water source for wintering livestock

By Jenifer Heyden, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist Using snow for water does not affect production, but it must be clean and there needs to...

Time to sweat the small things

Source: Manitoba Cooperator Eking out a little improvement here and there may pay off exponentially for cow-calf producers Contrary to what most learned in elementary school,...

Grazing and pasture management for cattle

Quick facts Producers use grazing to help reduce feed costs and make unproductive cropland productive. You should have a grazing plan to make sure...

Colostrum for beef calves, By Jill Peine

Source: Alltech Blog Visit the Alltech Blog The importance of colostrum for newborn calves is well-recognized. Colostrum, the first milk produced by the cow at calving,...

Farming’s carbon footprint

Greenhouse gases (GHGs), including carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O), absorb radiation from the sun and trap heat in the atmosphere,...

Greener Pastures with Beef Farmer Sandra Vos

Sandra Vos’ Masters in Nursing brings her understanding of nurturing, caring and science into play to get the best out of her 80-acre beef...
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