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Calf market update and calculating breakeven prices

Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Alberta feeder cattle prices trend in line with seasonal expectations and have remained above the 5-year average throughout most of...

The Canadian Beef Check-Off Agency Elects Members and Marketing Committee at AGM

Source: Canadian Beef Check-Off Agency The Canadian Beef Check-Off Agency (the Agency) is pleased to announce the Agency Board, following the virtual Annual General Meeting...

Government of Canada invests in first-of-a-kind technology to reduce pesticide use and loss of...

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Through investments in modern and innovative technology and equipment, the Government of Canada is helping growers to remain competitive, enhance...

What’s the Difference Between Stress and Anxiety? By: Lesley Kelly, Farmer and Co-Founder of...

On the surface, it can be hard to see any difference between stress and anxiety. After all, they're both the negative emotional experiences that...

Managing manure is key to minimizing pen dust

Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Pen dust can be a significant issue for livestock welfare and worker health. ‘In Alberta, feedlot dust can develop during periods...

Weekly cattle in upward channel

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...

Altosid® IGR, the Industry Standard for Horn Fly Control, Announces Lower Price To Protect...

Altosid® IGR, the industry-leading feed-through insect growth regulator for horn fly control, is now available at a price of 2 to 3 cents per animal,...

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...

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...

Governments Support Beef Farmers and Protect Food Supply Chains

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada   The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing up to $5 million in immediate, emergency assistance to help the province’s...
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