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Want to tap into the European beef market?

The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association has resources for producers interested in exporting beef to Europe. That requires participating in Canada’s Growth Enhancing Product (GEP) free program, which also enables other market opportunities that require documented confirmation of the absence of growth-enhancing products. Concerns have been recently expressed by cattle producers that they are unable to identify […] Read more




Cattlemen’s Young Leaders chosen

Albertans account for half of 16 people in the 2017-18 Cattlemen’s Young Leaders program. The program provides mentoring; a $2,000 travel budget to attend meetings and events; and industry-specific training for young producers between the ages of 18 and 35. Judges selected the final 16 from 24 semifinalists who gathered at an event in Calgary […] Read more




NAFTA works for beef, say cattle leaders

Canadian Cattlemen’s Association president Dan Darling and his U.S. and Mexican counterparts have issued a joint letter calling on governments of the three nations to keep the terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement affecting beef producers. The CCA, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, and Confederación Nacional de Organizaciones Ganaderas say the trade agreement properly […] Read more