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Volume XIX Issue III

In This Issue...
Save the date: CCA 2018 Annual General Meeting, CCA promotes Canadian beef in China, CCA submits research projectson labour shortages to government, Proposed regulations on cattle movement top the agenda at CCIA meeting, Issues Management Monthly: The power of keeping the message simple, Beef producers on lobby beat in Ottawa, ICYMI-CYL program announces mentors for the 2017-18 year and Seasons greetings from CCA President Dan Darling

Volume XIX, Issue II

In This Issue...
CCA participates in agricultural trade mission to China, U.S. revises NAFTA negotiating objectives, Labour shortages remain a challenge for Canadian beef industry, Antimicrobial stewardship – everyone contributes; everyone benefits, CRSB to launch Certified Sustainable Beef Framework at AGM, and Understanding and managing forage diseases: webinar. 

Volume XIX Issue I

In This Issue: Canada’s beef producers urge TPP11 Member Countries to maintain momentum, Tax support announced for cattle producers affected by bTB, extreme weather, Issues Management Monthly: The power of networks when responding to issues, Important changes to how producers can access antimicrobials, Different approaches/same goal for winter management of heifers, and Register now for 2018 ILC-USA

Volume XVIII Issue 12

In This Issue...
CCA urges crucial aspects of TPP be captured in Asia-Pacific regional trade agreement, CCA part of meat industry delegation in Brussels to discuss opportunities CETA enables, CCA hosts CFIA on traceability tour, CCA commends Government of Canada for revisiting proposed tax changes, Outcomes from the International Beef Alliance meeting, What beef producers need to know about environmental footprint – new video

Volume XVIII Issue 11

In This Issue...
CCA at NAFTA Round 4, Certification of ‘Born after March 1999’ amended to reflect present day realities, CCA update on proposed changes to tax planning using private corporations, Honorable Gerry Ritz recipient of 2017 Beef Industry Innovation & Sustainability Award, Cattlemen’s Young Leaders to participate in BeefTech, Based on 2017 calf prices, how much did last summer’s cows in ideal condition earn?

Volume XVIII issue 10

In This Issue...
CCA in Ottawa for round three of NAFTA talks, annual fall picnic, CCA shares recommendations for Canada’s Food Policy with Standing Committee on Agriculture, CCA attends LEAP meeting at FAO HQ, Issues Management Monthly: Supporting connectivity and demand through issues management, Production & Management Practices that Drive Profitability – a CRS Fact Sheet sponsored by Merck Animal Health, and Forage quality important in winter grazing

Volume XVIII Issue 9

In This Issue...
CETA comes into effect this week, Funds announced for innovation, managing business risk, CCA applauds AgriRecovery assistance for ranchers affected by B.C. wildfires, Canadian dollar gains tempered by faltering greenback, Get your valid PID number now, ICYMI - BCRC’s 2017-18 Beef Researcher Mentorship Program participants

Volume XVIII Issue 8

In This Issue...
CCA on hand for NAFTA Round 2, Cattle producers concerned about proposed federal tax changes, PM’s cabinet shuffle of note to CCA, EU video resources, Issues Management Monthly: Food Policy must recognize role of innovation, technology in efficient use of resources and keeping food affordable, Examining beef farm employment and off-farm work, Registration is open for the 2017-18 BCRC Webinar Series

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