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CCA Action News Volume 26 Issue 12
 
CCA Action News
 
Canadian Cattlemen's Association - Apr 12, 2021
Later this month, the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) joins Nature Conservancy Canada (NCC) in hosting a virtual conversation series in anticipation of the upcoming United Nations Food Systems Summit. The Summit will be in an influential policy discussion and CCA wants to ensure Canada’s livestock sector is part of the narrative.
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Canadian Cattlemen's Association - Apr 12, 2021
Join us (virtually) for the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef’s Semi-Annual meeting on April 20, featuring key updates from all of our beef sustainability workstreams, including National Beef Sustainability Assessment and Strategy, Communications and Marketing and the Certified Sustainable Beef Framework.
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Canadian Cattlemen's Association - Apr 12, 2021
The Canadian Cattlemen's Association (CCA) appreciates that effective March 18, 2021, Canada has now reached an agreement with Kuwait to restore Canadian beef full access. Following Canada's first bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) case in May 2003, Kuwait banned all Canadian cattle, beef and beef products. Even though no beef exports were recorded before the suspension, this new development creates potential for growth in the middle east for Canadian beef products.
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Canadian Cattlemen's Association - Apr 12, 2021
It’s that time of year again! We know that there are lots of projects happening on the ground that contribute to continuous improvement and align with the Canadian beef industry’s Sustainability Strategy. To continue building a strong and united beef sustainability community and increase awareness of sustainable beef production, CRSB has an inventory of projects that contribute to continuous improvement of beef production across Canada.
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Canadian Cattlemen's Association - Apr 12, 2021
Delegates of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association’s Young Cattlemen’s Council were pleased to participate in virtual meetings with parliamentarians throughout the end of March to discuss issues of importance to young producers across Canada. The voice of the beef industry’s next generation remains essential in creating a strong, vibrant future for the sector.
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Canadian Cattlemen's Association - Apr 12, 2021
Updated health professional resources are available at ThinkBeef.ca. These updates include a report on ultra-processed food consumption figures whose findings signals a reduction in whole unprocessed foods, and rise in the consumption of ultra-processed foods. Additionally, a study which associates bone fracture with diets that do not incorporate meat.
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Beef Cattle Research Council - Mar 10, 2021
Aerial seeding crops is not a new idea for many farmers, particularly those in flood-prone regions. However, most producers that are experienced with seeding by plane typically plant canola or other annual cash crops, not forages. While there have been a few examples where producers or organizations have experimented with aerial seeding forages, results have been variable, due in part to weather, timing of activities, and seedbed contact.
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Canadian Cattlemen's Association - Apr 12, 2021
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CCA in the News
 
Farms.com - Apr 7, 2021
availability for the user interface. Other partners include the Canadian Cattlemen's Association, the Province of British Columbia, Telus
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Peicanada.com - Apr 7, 2021
is already a regional pricing formula in western Canada and the Canadian Cattlemen's Association has been lobbying for some time to have the
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CCA Social Media
 
Cdn Cattlemen's Assn - Mar 30, 2021
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COVID-19 News
 
The Western Producer - Apr 8, 2021
operators and the rest of the beef industry are facing their usual dilemma, but it is being exaggerated and worsened by COVID-19. When they
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Canadian Cattlemen - Apr 1, 2021
will be affected whether COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, or if case numbers surge and restrictions are added. Feeder cattle Despite high
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