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February 16, 2021 Checking in with ABP

Check-off at Work | Cattlemen’s Young Leaders Mentorship Program Applications Now Open

Young people looking to advance their careers in the Canadian beef industry through unique mentorship, networking and travel opportunities can now apply for the Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) Mentorship Program. The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association’s CYL Program is a national initiative designed to equip young people ages 18-35 with the skills they need to further the…

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February 15, 2021 Issues & Insights

What We’re Reading | Net Zero: Why is it Necessary?

Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit Climate science is clear that to a close approximation, the eventual extent of global warming is proportional to the total amount of carbon dioxide that human activities add to the atmosphere. So, in order to stabilise climate change, CO2 emissions need to fall to zero. The longer it takes to do so, the…

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February 14, 2021 Issues & Insights

CCA: Leading the conversation

The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) is helping to lead the conversation and improve consumer confidence in the cattle industry. Burger King™ Back on Track In July 2020, Burger King™ launched a campaign announcing an open-source solution to methane emissions from cows. Unfortunately, the video focused on bovine flatulence instead of belching. CCA’s Public and Stakeholder…

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February 13, 2021 Innovation & Technology

What We’re Reading | Digital technology coming to Canadian agriculture in waves

Moose Jaw Today by Ron Walter New technology changed agriculture when global positioning service (GPS) first became available about 20 years ago. GPS allows farmers to map fields for fertilizer and chemical needs and reduce or increase these inputs as necessary. The year 2021 may become known as the year agriculture once again adopted new…

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February 12, 2021 Innovation & Technology

What We’re Reading | Cutting cattle methane emissions through feed studied

BEEF by Willie Vogt When discussing greenhouse gases, a critical measure is methane. The gas has greater impact than carbon dioxide on climate science, and often livestock are considered the key culprit. A Dutch company may have found the answer for cattle contributions with a feed additive that cuts methane emissions from livestock by as…

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February 12, 2021 Issues & Insights

Bullseye: Targeting for beef

And today, it also lends credibility to the value of the calf for the cattle feeder and to the packer as a carcass. The end product is always beef and in the future advanced genetic improvements may also be predictable and palatable to the plate. Phenotype or the visibly physical characteristics of the bull were…

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March 28, 2023 Checking in with ABP

Starting off on the right hoof

March 27, 2023 Issues & Insights

Japan restores full market access to Canadian beef

March 24, 2023 Trailblazers

Mike Alexander honoured by Society for Range Management with Outstanding Achievement award

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Livestock Price Insurance Index

Expiry Fed Feeder Calf
19-Jun-23 212 278 -
17-Jul-23 206 - -
14-Aug-23 204 274 -
11-Sep-23 202 280 -
9-Oct-23 204 286 310
6-Nov-23 204 286 308
4-Dec-23 202 276 302
Last Updated on March 23, 2023