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Volume XII Issue 11

In This Issue...
COOL update – U.S. Congress COOL instruction passed in Appropriations Bill, A wild ride on the markets in 2014, Status report on ground beef irradiation in Canada, CYL update, Improving tenderness in beef cuts, CCA 2015 AGM - save the new date, CCA thanks its Prime Partners, Season's greetings from the CCA

Volume XII Issue 10

In This Issue...
COOL update, Partnership to take BIXS to the next level for entire supply chain, Canada-Korea FTA on track for January 1 implementation, Beef Farmers of Ontario on Parliament Hill, National Beef Quality Audit Injection Site Lesion Audit, Developing efficient, multi-pathogen tests for common cattle diseases

Volume XII Issue 9

In This Issue...
CCA does double duty at Senate Committee hearings, Cattle Producers on Parliament Hill, Optimistic outlook and price reporting central theme at Canfax Cattle Market Forum, Production requirements to export beef to the EU, YCC to meet in December, Practical and effective food safety procedures for beef packing plants

Volume XII Issue 8

In This Issue...
U.S. mid-term election outcome could help fix COOL, Sustainable Beef principles and criteria released, Labour issues, COOL and prices all hot topics during CCA Alberta visit, Applications now being accepted for CYL mentorship program, Studying cattle's feed efficiency throughout the finishing period, Canfax Cattle Market Forum – register now

Volume XII Issue 7

In This Issue...
Canada wins another important and decisive victory at the WTO on MCOOL, ‘Like’ CCA’s Facebook page, Enhancing ground beef safety with hot water pasteurization of trim, Producers reminded of importance of BSE surveillance in new YouTube video, B.C. Cattlemen's Association a third party to BIXS 2.0, Selecting for improved feed efficiency and carcass quality: putting theory into practice

Volume XII Issue 6

In This Issue...
CCA participates at Five Nations Beef Alliance AGM, TPP statement issued, CCA outlines how CKFTA benefits beef producers to Standing Committee on International Trade, CCA continues to monitor Bill C-18, Expansion: Factors to Consider, Register now for CCA Town Hall in Dauphin, MB, CCA thanks its Prime Partners, DNA sampling and application in the cow herd

Volume XII Issue 5

In This Issue...

Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) Director of Government and International Relations John Masswohl was present at the signing of the final text of the Canada-Korea free trade agreement (CKFTA) in Ottawa on September 22.

Volume XII Issue 4

In This Issue...
AMI and co-plaintiffs seek rehearing in COOL appeal, Expansion will likely be slow despite market signals, CCA Town Hall to visit Dauphin, MB, Understanding non-0157 STEC associated with cattle and beef carcasses