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 …
Paul Breau is working with NB Cattle Producers on the Animal Welfare Biosecurity & Traceability 2014 project. He will be contacting producers to assist them with completing their Premise Identification applications for Traceability.
District 7 Wednesday, Oct 15, Charlotte/Sunbury/Queens/York at the Keswick Ridge Hall 7:30 pm District 4 Tuesday, Oct 21, Gloucester/Northumberland at the Nappan Hall 7:30 pm District 6 Monday, Oct 20, Kent at the West Branch Hall 7:30 pm District 3 Tuesday, Oct 28, Madawaska/Restigouche at the St. Basile Church Hall 7:30 pm District 1 & 2 Wednesday, Oct 29, Carleton/Victoria …
Tuesday August 12, 2014 – The Maritime Beef Council in collaboration with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) invite you to a tour of AAFC Nappan Research Farm, and the Maritime Beef Test Station.
The Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Beef Cattle provides recommendations for meeting the basic needs of beef cattle. The Code was developed to augment existing laws and regulations, reflecting industry’s commitment to the humane treatment and care of beef cattle.
Economic sustainability is dependent upon the health of all sectors along the supply chain – between producers at the cow/calf level, the feedlots and the processors. The people who operate Canada’s 68,500 beef farms and feedlots understand that sustainable management is essential for good beef and good business. The decisions made by producers in this regard include management decisions that protect the land resource and work with it in a beneficial way to sustain cattle production for the long-term.