Maritime Beef Council Strategic Plan Summary. Since 2007, there has been a reduction in cattle inventories in the Maritime Provinces. By the end of 2007, the Maritime cattle population consisted of 63,700 cows and 8,100 replacement heifers and as of January 1, 2016, there were 42,300 cows and 6,200 replacement heifers in the Maritime Provinces (Statistics Canada, 2014). Download Summary …
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Regional Meetings are now underway. Here are the upcoming dates and locations. See you there! Tuesday, Oct. 25 – District 3, St. Basile Church Hall Wednesday, Oct. 26 – District 1&2, Wicklow Agricultural Office Tuesday, Nov. 1 – District 5, Moncton Agricultural Office Wednesday, Nov. 2 – District 8, Sussex Agricultural Office
The Standard was developed through consultation led by industry and involving all sectors of the beef cattle industry, together with a broad range of technical advice from government and academia. READ MORE
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AGENDA 2016 Maritime Beef Council Annual Conference Agenda Healthy Cattle, Healthy Grass, Healthy Profit Four Points Sheraton Moncton, New Brunswick March 18-19, 2016 March 18, 2016 Maritime Young Beef Farmer Reception 5:00PM-6:30PM New entrant opportunities in the Maritime beef sector March 18, 2016 Maritime Beef Conference Day-1 7:00PM-7:15PM Welcome – Chair – Nathan Phinney 7:15PM-7:30PM Greetings from the Minister – …
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The NBCP Board has partnered with the N.B. Department of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries (DAAF) to help ensure every N.B. beef farm has a registered Premise ID and meets new Federal traceability regulations that are expected to come into place in 2016. NBCP has a co-ordinator available to help cattle producers complete their application. The process is free and it takes …