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Volume XVI Issue 9

In This Issue...
China green-lights bone-in UTM Canadian beef, HUMA Report on Temporary Foreign Worker Program positive for Canadian beef industry, CCA fall picnic a success, Issues Management Monthly: Sustainability – a big picture view, Young Cattlemen’s Council President goes to Ottawa, Five articles for cow-calf producers heading into fall

Volume XVI Issue 8

In This Issue...
Market access update, The Price Cycle and Evolving Cycle Drivers – a CRS Fact Sheet sponsored by Merck Animal Health, Canada Beef wants to hear from producers!, Canada Beef: Meijer resigns to spend time with family, Ag More than Ever (AMTE), Internal parasites

Volume XVI Issue 7

In This Issue...
Cattle producers committed to continual improvement, National Beef Quality Audit in Canadian beef plants to begin in September, Issues Management Monthly: Helping consumers make an informed choice, Breaking new ground: a blogging adventure, Upcoming webinars on beef research and production innovations

Volume XVI Issue 6

In This Issue...
IBA trip sheds light on Brazil’s FMD control programs, Inaugural Canadian Beef Industry Conference a resounding success, Market summary overview, The value of incremental market access, Study updates evaluation of economic benefits of National Check-off, Genomics

Volume XVI Issue 5

In This Issue...
Countdown to the sold-out inaugural Canadian Beef Industry Conference begins, McDonald's 'Not Without Canadian Farmers' campaign features CCA staffer, Managing consumer perspectives – from the desk of Gina Teel, CCA Communications Manager, Issues Management Monthly: Antibiotics are important for animal health and welfare, Canadian research on industry’s shrinking environmental ‘hoofprint’ gaining interest

Volume XVI Issue 4

In This Issue...
CCA attends NCBA Summer Conference in Denver, CCA to participate in Health Canada AMR comment period, Get connected at the Canadian Beef Industry Conference, Understanding different cattle market variables, Keep an eye out for ergot in Western Canada, Drought management strategies

Volume XVI Issue 3

In This Issue...
CCA President in Ottawa for Mexico announcement, Taiwan re-opens to Canadian beef, European Union proposes plan to approve CETA post-Brexit, Issues Management Monthly: Connectivity: Building trust is a collaborative effort, CCA Past President Solverson makes Alberta’s Top 50 Most Influential People of 2016 list, Control Weeds in Forages

Volume XVI Issue 2

In This Issue...
Irradiation public comment period now open, Brexit and implications for Canada's beef sector, Industry interest in VBP+ exceeds expectations, CCA Communications/Issues Management Team roll up their sleeves, CCA thanks its Major Sponsors and Prime Partners, Tips for increasing sugar content in forages