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Canadian cattle herd reaches lowest level since 1989

The Canadian cattle herd fell to its lowest level in more than thirty years this January, Statistics Canada says. “Record average producer prices… drought conditions, and tight feed supply continued…
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‘Ungraded beef’ from Mexico is showing up on store shelves. Here is what you need to know.

If you have spotted “ungraded beef” at your grocery store recently – it’s not mystery meat. In fact, officials say it’s completely safe to consume. “Essentially, you’re getting a product…
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Reproduction planning necessary for this herd’s breeding success

Last year, I asked a friend who operates a 400-Simmental x Angus beef cow operation about his No. 1 goal, after all his cows dropped their calves by the end…
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Livestock’s missed opportunities

Last year, two globally respected organizations said the world needs more pork, chicken and beef. In September, the U.S. Department of Agriculture predicted that per capita consumption of calories from…
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Canadian farm sector income expected to reach new records

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada has completed its farm income forecast for 2023 and 2024, with results showing that overall Canadian farm income is expected to have reached a new record…
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Universities collaborate on agriculture research

The University of Guelph-based Arrell Food Institute has joined forces with the University of the Fraser Valley to collaborate on sustainable agriculture research, training and ag-tech startup incubation. The two institutions…
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Youthful optimism abounds in cattle country

It wasn’t hard to find young cattle folk in the barn at Manitoba Ag Days. “They always say (average age) is getting older, but not in livestock, especially not in…
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Angus breeders check out Czechia

The 2023 World Angus Technical meeting was hosted September 8-15 by the Czech Aberdeen Angus Association. The event featured the official World Angus Secretariat membership meeting, an educational forum, a…
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Raising ‘low input’ cows in Manitoba

The Bouw household likely isn’t found standing still very often. With four children, Bouw Farms Ltd. and Edie Creek Angus, Stefan and his wife Kendra are on the move. Stationed…
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CCA leans into relationships, at home and abroad

The success of our work can often be attributed to our focus on relationships. The Canadian Cattle Association (CCA) puts significant effort into investing and building relationships within our industry,…
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