You may have heard people say that cattle contribute to global warming due to their gassy digestive process — but what does that actually mean?
As we’ve seen in earlier posts on this blog, Canada’s agriculture industry is experiencing a chronic labour crisis.
According to labour market information (LMI) research conducted by The Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC), the vacancy rate for on-farm jobs is seven per cent, which is the highest vacancy rate of any of Canada’s industry sectors. Read more
What happens to cattle once they reach the feedlot? Because this stage of the cattle rearing process is conducted largely ‘behind closed barn-doors’, there are many misconceptions and a great deal of misinformation about what actually goes on. Read more
Alberta Cattle Feeders’ Association
6-11010 46 ST SE, Calgary, AB, T2C 1G4
- 2019 Annual Report and Video January 13, 2020
- Alberta Beef Industry Needs Regulatory Change To Remain Competitive January 7, 2020
- Alberta Beef Producers and Alberta Cattle Feeders’ Association Collaboration Update November 6, 2019