ALP Regulations

Alberta Lamb Producers operates under the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, overseen by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council which has responsibility for facilitating the establishment and supervising the operations of agricultural boards and commissions in Alberta.

For a copy of the Alberta Lamb Producers Plan & Regulation, please visit the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act & Regulations webpage or download from links below.

Legislation and regulations mandating ALP operations:

  • Alberta Lamb Producers Authorization Regulation (Alberta Regulation 242/2001. With amendments up to and including Alberta Regulation 155/2017)
    The Alberta Lamb Producers Authorization Regulation, under the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, sets out the powers in the Act that may be used by the Alberta Lamb Producers.
  • Alberta Lamb Producers Plan Regulation (Alberta Regulation 263/2001. With amendments up to and including Alberta Regulation 126/2018.Current as of June 28, 2018)
    The Alberta Lamb Producers Plan Regulation, under the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, establishes the Alberta Lamb Producers, defines the regulated product, sets the purpose, administration, and financing of the Plan, and outlines the governance framework and election processes for the board of directors. Regulation must be reviewed before 30 April, 2022.
  • Alberta Lamb Producers Regulation (Alberta Regulation 389/2003/. With amendments up to and including Alberta Regulation 41/2017)
    The Alberta Lamb Producers Regulation, under the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, sets out the day-to-day operations of the Alberta Lamb Producers Commission. The Regulation describes how the Commission will administer the Alberta Lamb Producers Plan and how delegated powers will be used. The Regulation describes service charges, the service charge refund process, and dealer reporting requirements. Regulation must be reviewed before 30 April, 2022.