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The Beef Cattle Research Council (BCRC) is pleased to announce the participants in the 2018-19 Beef Researcher Mentorship program.
Producers who have tried it, say they are sold on reduced-stress weaning techniques. Of four beef producers across Canada contacted who have used low stress weaning measures for several years, one favoured the fence line low stress weaning system, while the others all preferred the two-stage weaning system, commercially known as QuietWean.
There is way more to it than just going to bed with a yard full of quiet cattle, but that’s one of the notable spinoff benefits cow-calf producers from across Canada attribute to low-stress weaning systems they’ve used for several years.
The Canadian Beef Industry Conference is only a few weeks away and as we close in on the big week in London, Ontario, Rural Roots Canada is giving away a free registration to the conference.
For seven years Cody Lafrentz has had a routine every day that included taking care of steers so that he could take them to shows including the Calgary Stampede. And while his future no doubt has livestock and cattle in it, this past Junior Steer Classic was the last time he will show a steer at the event. He made the most it taking home the title of Grand Champion of the show.