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CAMA announces new conference “Earning Public Trust – an Interactive Working Session”

Source: Canadian Agri-Marketing Association news release The entire agriculture and food industry, from one end of the value chain to the other, is responsible for earning and maintaining public trust. Earning public trust is about doing the right thing, assurance and verification, and communicating these commitments. CAMA Manitoba is hosting the agricultural industry at our

Canadian Agricultural Partnership: Building a Strong Agriculture and Agri-Food Sector

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Applications for Federal Programs Now Open Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sector is a key driver of economic growth, innovation and trade. Economic indicators show a strong and dynamic Canadian agricultural sector, with a growing global middle class looking for our world-class products. Federal Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister, Lawrence MacAulay, celebrated

DAIRY CATTLE REPRODUCTION COUNCIL ANNOUNES “TRANSITION COW HEALTH AND FERTILITY” WEBINAR

Source: Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council news release The March 8 Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council (DCRC) webinar features The Impact of Transition Cow Health on Fertility. Scheduled for 1 p.m. Central time, Eduardo Ribeiro, University of Guelph department of animal biosciences assistant professor, Guelph, Ont., Canada, will share how pregnancy losses are substantial and contribute significantly

IDF appoints Caroline Emond as its new director general

Source: FoodBev Media The International Dairy Federation (IDF) has appointed former Dairy Farmers of Canada executive director Caroline Emond as its new director general. Emond served as the executive director of the Dairy Farmer of Canada for three years, and brings twenty-four years of experience from senior executive and public affairs roles in the private, public

A series of new features added to La Coop Fédérée’s ‘Connected Portal’ designed for Canadian agricultural producers

Source: La Coop Fédérée A series of new features have been added to La Coop fédérée’s innovative online portal to help Canada’s agricultural producers simplify management tasks and optimize return on investments. Platform features This unique platform offers a number of new features and improvements for a better experience and to help sales representatives easily connect

Dairy Farmers of Canada will participate in Front-of-Package consultations

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada The Government of Canada announced it is moving ahead with its Front of Pack Warning Labeling public consultation (Gazette 1). By exempting whole milk from this proposed policy, Health Canada recognizes the scientific evidence demonstrating the nutritional value of milk as a key contributor to the health of Canadians. However,

ZINPRO: SELECT YOUR TRACE MINERAL SOURCE TO MAXIMIZE VITAMIN ACTIVITY

Source: Zinpro news release When it comes to maximizing vitamin activity in animal rations, not all trace minerals are the same. Particularly when reducing fat-soluble vitamins to save costs in feed formulations, consider Zinpro Performance Minerals. Research has shown that different trace mineral forms can have dissimilar effects on both vitamin retention and stability. Choice

Congratulations, Jersey Canada award recipients

Source: Jersey Canada Jersey Canada members are eligible for awards that acknowledge leadership, successful breeding programs, top performing cows and astute management practices. We would like to announce the following awards that will be celebrated at the upcoming Jersey Canada AGM. JERSEY CANADA AWARD RECIPIENTS Master Breeder   Glen & Sheila Burgess (GOLDEN), Mildmay, ON Constructive Breeder  

Government of Canada Supports a Strong and Competitive Canadian Dairy Sector

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada The dairy sector is an important contributor to Canada’s economy. Canada’s dairy sector drives our economy with nearly $24 billion in sales by farmers and food processors. Canada’s dairy farmers’ prosperity helps ensure Canadian families continue to benefit from high-quality products, and helps create good, well-paying jobs for Canadians. Speaking

UCVM Lameness Study Requesting Participants

Source: milking Times, Michelle van Huyssteen, UCVM The University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (UCVM) is pleased to inform you about an opportunity to participate in our latest research to reduce lameness in Alberta dairy herds. This study will determine the value of the housing and management risk assessment questionnaire being used in Alberta

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