Advancing Women Conference
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4-H members know all about growth, they see their projects grow over the course of the year. However, by the time it comes to an end for the year, it pales in comparison to the growth they themselves achieve.
The Chair of the Alberta Barley Commission says the Transportation Modernization Act will make sure everyone who is involved in the handling of grain is accountable. Jason Lenz hopes the legislation tabled by the federal government will start to repair Canada’s reputation as a reliable source for grain.
The Canadian Beef Industry Conference is growing after a successful event last year. The theme of this year’s Canadian Beef Industry Conference, which takes place August 15 to 17 in Calgary, is “Sharing Common Ground” and will focus on connectivity.
As the Earth’s population increases and middle income classes rise in several developing regions, so does the demand for high quality protein. In 2015, 1.22 million tonnes (carcass weight) of Canadian beef was produced for the world. That number rose to approximately 1.3 million tonnes in 2016, and is forecast to grow.
Calves that are fence-line weaned vocalize 50% less, walk less, and have higher weight gains in the first 10 weeks post weaning compared to conventionally weaned calves1.