Alberta Agriculture and Forestry has released a new fact sheet on how livestock producers can deal with the shortage of feed grade vitamins.
Alberta producers are being asked to participate in a study to identify lameness issues in sheep flocks.
Alberta’s new Employment Standards Code and Regulation came into effect Jan. 1, 2018. Fourteen in-person sessions are being held across the province to help explain the changes. Click on this link to register for a session near you! A webinar series is also being held. Click to register for webinars.
Sessions specific to Farm and Ranch workplaces will be scheduled in the future.
Proposed changes to federal livestock traceability regulations are expected to be published in Part I of the Canada Gazette in spring or fall 2018. Please click here to view the first Newsletter developed by the Regulatory Implementation Committee intended to keep you abreast of regulatory developments.
Zoetis announced today the availability of STARTECTTM, a dual active oral anthelmintic solution for sheep.
Ottawa, ON (November 23, 2017) – Earlier today, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency officially revoked the Ketchum Kurl-Lock #3 tag (OVI-07-01) with published updates to the list of animal indicators approved under the Livestock Identification and Traceability (TRACE) program.