This article was written jointly by the Canadian Beef Check-Off Agency and the Beef Cattle Research Council.  THE CANADIAN BEEF CATTLE CHECK-OFF If you sell cattle in Canada, you pay check-off.  Your beef check-off funds beef market development, promotion and research. The...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Crop marketers may consider seasonal price patterns as a factor when making their pricing decisions. ‘Feed barley prices in Alberta are typically lowest during the harvest period and increase to steady, sometimes rising, prices during the...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry The Spanish mission to the province has created opportunities for Alberta exporters in the years to come. Alberta Agriculture and Forestry (AF) collaborated with Canada Beef and the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association to lead an incoming mission...
Farmscape for January 15, 2020 J.P. Gervias - Farm Credit Canada Full Interview 15:23Listen The Chief Agricultural Economist with Farm Credit Canada encourages agriculture sector stakeholders to consider climate change as they formulate risk management strategies for 2020. Farm Credit Canada has...
Tony Seskus · CBC News · Posted: Dec 16, 2021 5:00 AM MT | Last Updated: December 16 A visit to the meat counter can sting these days, whether you're a shopper or rancher. Consumers have watched prices soar, with the cost of a rib...
Source: Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers After a weekend of interviews and presentations, the Atlantic alumni welcomed Phillip and Katie Keddy of Lakeville, NS as Atlantic’s Outstanding Young Farmers for 2020. The event was held in Prince Edward Island, February 21st in...
Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Today, Federal Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister, Marie-Claude Bibeau, and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister, David Marit, announced the deadline to apply, reinstate, cancel or make changes to Crop Insurance contracts is extended to April 13, 2020. Producers interested...
Source: Canadian Federation of Agriculture A relief program operated by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, working with farmers across eastern and central Canada to provide hay to drought stricken western livestock producers. Hay West 2021 is operating on a break-even basis....
Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association The United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) taking place on September 23, 2021 is a critical dialogue for people around the world to ensure the future of sustainable food systems and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals....
Canada’s beef cow herd was 3.5 million head as of Jan. 1, making it one of the smallest in more than 30 years and four percent smaller than 2019. | Robyn Wheat photo Consumers were at home with more disposable...
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