New Government of Alberta grant focusing on enhancing energy efficency is now available to producers and agri-processors.
ALP has lined up three new webinars for February. Webinars are easy and free to join - all you need is a device with internet connection. If you're not able to join the live webinars, recordings will be posted on our YouTube channel, SheepCentral Alberta, for future viewing.
Click links below for more information and to register:
Ideas to Reduce Labour and Improve Ewe Welfare at Lambing Time with Philip Berg - Feb 23, 11am - 12pm MST.
Humane Handling for Sheep with Jennifer Woods - Feb 28, 10am - 11am MST.
Breeding Easy Care Sheep for Improved Welfare with Dr. David Scobie - Recording now available!
Zoetis announced today the availability of STARTECTTM, a dual active oral anthelmintic solution for sheep.
Purchases made under the Traceability Technology Adoption Program need to be made by Feb 28 and applications submitted by Mar 15.
Ottawa, ON (November 23, 2017) – Earlier today, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency officially revoked the Ketchum Kurl-Lock #3 tag (OVI-07-01) with published updates to the list of animal indicators approved under the Livestock Identification and Traceability (TRACE) program.
In November 2016, the National Sheep Network (NSN) was formed. Currently comprised of three provincial sheep organizations, the Alberta Lamb Producers (ALP), the Ontario Sheep Marketing Agency (OSMA) and Les Eleveurs d’ovins du Quebec (LEOQ), the NSN has been designed to be a resource-effective way to advocate for the Canadian sheep industry.