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Ryder Lee
I work to help the beef cattle industry on the political front as CEO of . These are my own thoughts (about work & other things).
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Ryder Lee 7h
Replying to @RobSomerville1
We are funding research like this already. And working on the policy side to get the systems or metrics used valuing sequestration. And funding research to better measure these things. Industry is not sitting still.
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Carol Harrison Aug 19
Most people bring flowers to the hospital when they visit aging parents but me I bring beef because bite for bite it’s hard to find another food that is as nutrient dense. Malnutrition assoc. w/ hospital stays in 🇨🇦 is a real problem we don’t want to see this ⬇️ happen here!
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Carol Harrison Aug 17
The idea that if we stop eating meat we will save the planet is a dangerous distraction: 1) from main culprits -transportation/fossil fuels 2) has resulted in more ultra-processed foods coming our way. 3)Disrespects the conservation role ranchers play.
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Fred Lozeman Aug 14
The benefits of domestic ruminants on our farms and ranches far outweigh the environmental costs.
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Regina Red Sox Aug 16
Sox loose game #2 8-6 to Okotoks Dawgs Baseball and the Dawgs are crowned WCBL Champions! Congratulations to the Dawgs organization! Proud of the Sox! Boys battled hard to the end!
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Beef Cattle Research Aug 14
John Campbell, DVM, DVSc has just been awarded the 2019 Canadian Beef Industry Award for Outstanding Research and Innovation. Watch for our news release with details soon.
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Jennifer Babcock Aug 15
When you see taking a slap shot, it’s because of beef. - speaking on the importance of beef to a healthy diet (complete with Jerk seasoning of course!) 🙌🏒🥅🥩
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Carol Harrison Aug 14
🇨🇦 Context Matters Consider this trade off: Remove all the cattle in🇨🇦 -save 2.4% of 🇨🇦 total GHG. BUT LOSE: 68% of the Wildlife Habitat Capacity of all Ag land, sensitive grasslands, generat'ns of ranching wisdom. Alternative? Tackle 40% food waste.
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Jacqueline Toews Aug 14
Dr. June Matthews shares info about an agriculture course for students enrolled in a registered dietitian program. The infographics below were a class assignment and taught students to use agriculture production terms in a language consumers would understand /1
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Beef Cattle Research Aug 14
[News Release] Dr. John Campbell receives 2019 Canadian Beef Industry Award for Outstanding Research and Innovation
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Tracy Herbert Aug 14
Congratulations and thank you for all you’ve done and continue to do to advance Canadian beef production.
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Ryder Lee Aug 14
Dang this was a great session. Worth sticking to the end of a very full day. Will work to get these two’s work spread wider and farther.
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Chris Lane Aug 14
In TV, we called this shot “BOPSA”: bunch of people sitting around. But this is a standing-room-only session on sustainability and environmental protection at ⁦⁩. This is a core value to this industry. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jennifer Babcock Aug 14
Agriculture is a gateway to conservation and conservation is at home on the range. Canadians can learn about sustainability from cattle producers.- CEO
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Karli Reimer Aug 14
Cows need grass and water and so do ducks. Agriculture is our gateway to conservation. Proud to have our CEO, Karla Guyn, speak to & attendees about why we support Canada’s beef industry.
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Cdn Cattlemen's Assn Aug 14
When you have to leave your trusty steed at home to attend in
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Carol Harrison Aug 13
Good to know: if you are trying to lose weight, protein needs are almost double. A 100g serving of beef delivers 35g hunger curbing protein all for a modest 245 calories.
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Carol Harrison Aug 14
Beef offers a rich source of protein all for a modest number of calories(35 g PRO/100g svg -245 cal) a great reason to include in your plant-based eating. Bottomline eat a variety of proteins! Egyptian Beef Bowl:
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Rob Somerville Aug 14
You know... grass is home to a entire world of animals, birds and bugs. When people complain about cow burps they overlook all the benefits of the grasslands the cows graze
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Jacqueline Toews Aug 14
SK Ag Producers, APAS is running a survey on cell and internet service access in Saskatchewan. The federal government is wanting to fund infrastructure in areas of need. Survey takes ~5 minutes. Little response from NW producers, so please take a look
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