Atlantic Cow-Calf Survey

During the fall of 2017, the Atlantic Cow-Calf Survey was administered for the first time in Atlantic Canada. The purpose of this survey was to create an overall picture of current production practices on beef operations in the region. With the implementation of the programs outlined in the Maritime Beef Sector Development and Expansion Strategy, this survey will be repeated …

Update: Legal Issue Resolved

The New Brunswick Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of the NBCP, clearing the way for a levy increase from $3 to $6 per head. The decision is good news for the organization, which can now focus 100 per cent on its plans to strengthen and expand the province’s beef industry. The NBCP held a plebiscite vote in 2016 …

Value of check-off for canadian dairy producers

Beef Cattle Research Council – Investing in Mutually Aligned Research • Priority focus on antimicrobial resistance research, which has shown higher risk in cull cattle and veal calves and is an increasing consumer concern • Significant research ($6 million) in feed and forage production and utilization across the country, including eastern project teams based in Atlantic Canada with partnerships in …

F.A.Q.

Is New Brunswick Cattle Producers (NBCP) part of the government? No. The NBCP is a registered not-for- profit, regulated under the Natural Products Act through the New Brunswick Farm Products Council to act as a regulatory body. The association operates independent of government, allowing the NBCP to advocate to government on behalf of its members. The operational structure of the …