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Viet Nam Processor To Buy 10,000 Canadian Cattle
VIET NAM – An order of 10,000 Canadian dairy cattle has been confirmed by Viet Nam’s largest dairy plant operator, TH Milk. The deal is the largest single order for Canadian cattle for ten years and the biggest ever to Asia. The new opening coul
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U.S. and Canadian Cattle Inventory Comparison
CANADA/US - On March 6, 2013, Statistics Canada released its Livestock Estimates, January 1, 2013, report which detailed cattle, hog, and sheep inventories in Canada, writes Tim Petry, Livestock Economist North Dakota State University Extension Servi
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Canadian Cattlemen's Association Joins Sustainable Beef Group
CANADA - The Canadian Cattlemen’s association has joined the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef Production (GSRB), a non profit organisation which boasts McDonalds, Walmart, Merck, Dow Agro Chemical and the National Wildlife Federation as membe
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Access to Libya for Canadian Cattle
CANADA - Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway Ed Fast announced that Canadian breeding cattle now have market access to Libya. This newly re-opened market is estimated by indust
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Canadian Cattle Herd to Expand
CANADA - Excellent pastures and abundant forage will support stabilization in the cattle sector. Inventories will modestly increase in 2013, while exports of cattle will fall. Heavier carcasses will compensate reduced slaughter resulting in a stable
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Canadian Cattle Herd Face Difficult Times
CANADA - After seven years of declining cattle numbers, the Canadian cattle herd as at 1 July 2012 eased another 0.1 per cent year-on-year, to 13.52 million head. The Canadian cattle industry has experienced significant shifts over the past decade,
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Canadian Cattle Herd Rebuilding
CANADA - While cow meat production in Canada seasonally hits an annual low in June and July, cow slaughter over the past six weeks has declined below year ago levels, with Canadian cow-calf operators’ continuing rebuilding efforts. Canadian cow sla
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Canadian Cattlemen Develop Sustainable Livestock
CANADA - Canada Cattlemen's Association (CCA) Manager of Environmental Affairs, Fawn Jackson, participated in a multi-stakeholder platform meeting in the Brazilian capital of Brasília, to discuss 'Restoring value to grasslands.' The workshop is part
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Canadian Cattle Gain Market Access to Azerbaijan
CANADA - Canadian cattle producers will benefit from new access to yet another international market. Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and International Trade Minister Ed Fast announced that Azerbaijan has agreed to export conditions to allow Canadian
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Market Access to Peru for Canadian Cattle Industry
CANADA and PERU - Canadian cattle ranchers and dairy farmers will now benefit from immediate access to the growing Peruvian market, after the Andean nation re-opened its doors to Canadian cattle imports, Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz announced. "
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Canadian Cattle Inventory Up with Improved Prices
CANADA - Canadian cattle farmers had just over 12.5 million cattle on their farms as of 1 January, 2012, up 0.5 per cent from the same date a year earlier; the first year-over-year increase in seven years. The inventory of beef cows fell by one pe
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Canadian Cattle Statistics Second Quarter 2011
The Canadian cattle herd is down 0.8 per cent for the second quarter of 2011, in comparison to the same quarter in 2010, reports Statistics Canada. Highlights As of 1 July, 2011, the Canadian cattle herd was estimated at just under 13.9 millio
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US & Canadian Cattle Inventory Down One Per Cent
US and CANADA - All cattle and calves in the US and Canada combined totaled 113.9 million head on 1 July, 2011, down one per cent from the 115.1 million on 1 July, 2010. All cows and heifers that have calved, at 45.8 million head, were down one p
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Movement Of Canadian Cattle and Hogs To US
CANADA - A US based agricultural economist predicts any changes to Mandatory US Country of Origin Labelling laws will have a minimal effect on the overall movement of live cattle and hogs into the US from Canada, Bruce Cochrane writes. A World Trade
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Canadian Cattle Herd Decreases
Cattle inventories fell despite an improvement in prices during 2010. Canadian cattle farmers had just under 12.5 million cattle on their farms as of January 1, 2011, down 3.4 per cent from the same date a year earlier. The cattle herd has declined
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The Canadian Cattle Situation
CANADA - Last fall, I had the opportunity to speak at several Southeastern Manitoba cattle producer meetings. Much the same as in the US, Canadian feeder calf and cow prices had increased when compared to the past couple years, writes Tim Petry, Live
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US And Canadian Cattle Inventory Down
CANADA & US - All cattle and calves in the United States and Canada combined totaled 105.0 million head on January 1, 2011, down two per cent from the 106.8 million on January 1, 2010. All cows and heifers that have calved, at 45.3 million head, we
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Canadian Cattle Back In Columbia
CANADA - After ten years of trade restrictions, Canadian breeding cattle are back in Columbia. Sixty Canadian heifers will be exported to Columbia for breeding purposes and milk production. Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz says this is an exci
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US/ Canadian Cattle Inventory Down Two Per Cent
CANADA & US - Cattle numbers are falling, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, US Department of Agriculture. All cattle and calves in the US and Canada combined totaled 114.8 million head on
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Panama Open Doors To Canadian Cattle
CANADA - Canadian producers and exporters will benefit from full market access as Panama announced the re-opening of its market to Canadian breeding cattle and expanding market access to bovine genetics. "We know that Canadian producers raise t
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US And Canadian Cattle Numbers Fall
US - The US and Canadian cattle inventory has fallen according to data released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, US Department of Agriculture. All cattle and calves in the US and Canada combined t
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Canadian Cattle Exports to US Fall
CANADA - Exports of Canadian cattle continue to fall due to limited demand in the US market, a very strong Canadian dollar, and some lingering effects of COOL (Country of Origin Labelling). For the week ending 7 November, imports of Canadian feede
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Canadian Cattle Statistics August 2009
Canadian cattle producers estimated their herd at 14.8 million head as of July 1, the fourth consecutive yearly decline. By Statistics Canada. Highlights The Canadian dairy herd remains slightly below 2.0 million head as milk production remain
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Canadian Cattle Statistics - February 2009
The US COOL (Country of Origin Labelling) legislation has created uncertainties in the marketplace for Canadian cattle producers, reports Statistics Canada. . Highlights Canadian cattle producers reported 13.2 million head as of 1 January this
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U.S. Canadian Cattle Inventory Down Two Per Cent
The US and Canadian cattle inventory is down by two per cent according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture in figures released on 17 February. All cattle and calves in
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