Action News

Volume XVII Issue 6

In This Issue...
CCA focused on resolving longstanding technical barriers as CETA implementation looms, A sneak peek at CCA's 2016 annual report…, Update on proposed changes to ‘transportation of animals’ regulations, Understanding producers’ motivations to adopt pain control techniques

Volume XVII Issue 5

In This Issue...
CCA at NCBA Convention in Nashville, BSE surveillance numbers up in 2016, Manitoba Beef Producers host CCA Town Hall, Three considerations to maintain good rumen health

Volume XVII Issue 4

In This Issue...
Trump inauguration, Cabinet shuffle brings change, new Ministers, to beef industry file, Canfax outlook snapshot, Issues Management Monthly: The importance of relationship building, CYL goes to Denver’s NWSS, CCA Town Hall, Mark your calendar for the CCA 2017 Annual General Meeting, Producers input sought

Volume XVII Issue 3

In This Issue...
Action News welcomes 2017, looks forward to another great year, U.S. readies for Trump Administration, bTB update, Mark your calendar for the CCA 2017 Annual General Meeting, CYL applications now being accepted online, Job opportunities – contract, BCRC thanks Dr. Buchanan-Smith for his contributions

Volume XVII Issue 2

In This Issue...
Action News resumes in January, CCA in Ottawa to share perspectives on sustainability, environment and climate change, Cattle producers’ lobbying continues in Ottawa, Issues Management Monthly: Beef production benefits the environment, Season’s Greetings From CCA President Dan Darling, Collaborative effort works to achieve Canadian beef industry’s research targets

Volume XVII Issue 1

In This Issue...
Beef producers on Parliament Hill, CCA does double time in Ottawa, Beef Advocacy Canada tours the country, Results of the Beef Research Priority Survey

Volume XVI issue 12

In This Issue...
Producers can continue to count on the CCA to work hard to represent them in the U.S., CCA talks beef on China trade mission, Issues Management Monthly: Cattle stress and handling, Research on cooking recommendations for tenderized beef, minute steaks and burgers, Spotting and treating different types of lameness, Considering various techniques for deadstock disposal

Volume XVI Issue 11

In This Issue...
CCA welcomes signing of CETA, urges resolution of barriers to beef trade, International Beef Alliance meeting a success, Nothing spooky about genomic technology, Hey trick or treaters: Real beef is good to eat, BIXS launches new online buying platform, Let cattle do the seeding

Older Newer