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Alberta Beef 11h
Fall meetings tomorrow, November 12, for: - Zone 4 in Hardisty - Zone 6 in Breton For more information on times and locations, or to find a fall meeting near you, please visit:
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Alberta Beef 17h
Alberta Beef Producers would like to thank all the Canadian veterans and armed forces who have always protected our rights and all those who continue to do so everyday.
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Alberta Beef Nov 8
to last weekend at the incomparable . made a mouth-watering Alberta beef tenderloin with nacho polenta and herbed gremolata. Cheers to the upcoming final weekend of Christmas In November at the 🥂🥩
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Alberta Beef Nov 8
Congratulations! 🙌🙌
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Jill Burkhardt Nov 7
presenting info about at the Zone 6 meeting in Ponoka
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Alberta Beef Nov 8
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terry andryo Nov 8
Thanks for reminding us that & the industry are obsessed with sustainability & are caregivers for our environment is just one piece of the bigger puzzle that is well worth your time
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CDN Beef Community Nov 8
You've likely seen us talk about on our page, but what is it exactly? The CRSB or Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef is a collaborative multi-stakeholder community devoted to advancing sustainability in the Canadian beef industry.
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Beef Cattle Research Nov 8
BRD is a costly issue for both cow-calf and feedlot operators. Vaccination is a useful management practice and our new tool can help quantify the costs and benefits of feeding BRD vaccinated calves:
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Alberta Beef Nov 8
And don't forget to swing by the Alberta Beef Producers booth while you're there!
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Beef Cattle Research Nov 8
Cattle can break down fibre, such as straw, more effectively than non-ruminants. Scientists are looking at the potential to develop new rumen enzymes that allow cattle to access even more energy from straw:
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AFSC Nov 8
Jessi, client service representative from the Claresholm office, chats with delegate Shane at yesterday's Zone 2 meeting in Stavely.
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Alberta Beef Nov 7
Producers considering proposed changes to ABP structure and regulations at the Zone 2 meeting in Pincher Creek last night. Zone 2 Director, Sheila Hillmer, is presenting.
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Janice Tranberg Nov 7
Let us know what you think. Are there other areas we should be focused on?
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Alberta Beef Nov 7
Check out this blog post to see what we have been collaborating on with ACFA.
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Beef Cattle Research Nov 5
Time For a Back-Up Plan – Managing the Impacts of Drought in the Winter [New Blog Post] When it comes to withstanding drought, the best defence is a good offence.
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AFSC Nov 7
Jenn, client service representative from the Lethbridge office, chats with delegate Trish before the start of last night's ABP Zone 2 meeting in Pincher Creek. There was a great turnout in spite of Mother Nature's recent winter blast!
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Alberta Beef Nov 7
Congratulations!
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Alberta Beef Nov 7
Fall meetings tonight, November 7, for: - Zone 2 in Stavely - Zone 3 in Strathmore - Zone 6 in Ponoka For more information on times and locations, or to find a fall meeting near you, please visit:
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Jasper Park Lodge Nov 6
Chef Corbin talks about what NOT to do with . Corbin Tomaszeski:
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