The ABP Monthly Minute is your monthly re-cap of everything you need to know about what is happening at Alberta Beef Producers in 60 seconds or less.
This month, we announced the 2022 Young Guns award recipients. A big thank you to all of the outstanding applicants, with special congratulations to Max Burris, Alexander Hastings and Tyson Ully, and Warren Westerlund!
Don’t forget to apply for a seat at the table! We are accepting delegate nominations in all zones. Please read our FAQs, review delegate responsibilities, and submit your completed nomination form by midnight on October 31, 2022.
This month, ABP Executive met with Alberta Veterinary Medical Association’s Executive to talk about common issues between the organizations, such as: how to address the ongoing veterinary shortage, and procedures for a potential Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak.
On October 20th, ABP witnessed for the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry and Technology regarding Bill C-235 – Building a Green Prairie Economy Act. ABP Chair Dr. Melanie Wowk outlined the economic value of the beef industry along with its role in carbon sequestration and other ecological goods and services.
Alberta AgriSystems Living Labs (AALL) hosted in-person and virtual information sessions this month. If you weren’t able to attend, or would like to review the information presented, please watch the virtual session online. And if you’re interested in learning more about the program, or how you can participate, email email@example.com.
Alberta Beef Producers’ (ABP’s) 2022 Annual Report is now available for download!
In the report, you’ll find messages from Chair Melanie Wowk and General Manager Brad Dubeau, as well as provincial and national updates, and financials from the last fiscal year.
The Monthly Minute provides a regular update of the goings-on at Alberta Beef Producers, from recent news and updates to the work of staff at ABP.