AFAC hosted a Small Ruminant Humane Transportation webinar featuring CFIA, that focused on the amendments to the humane trabsportation regulations. AFAC has shared the webinar summary along with a Q & A document for Producers to have access to. Please find both documents below.
ALP has made some changes to the way that eligible producers can submit Proposed Resolutions that are discussed and voted on by eligible producers at our Annual General meeting. Effective today and moving forward into 2021, eligible Producers will be able to submit proposed resolutions year-round for board consideration, with a cutoff date for submission being a few weeks prior to the AGM.
By providing eligible producers the opportunity to submit year-round submission, it allows the board and staff to research and provide information to the proposed resolution(s) in advance of the AGM, to help make the discussion more effective at the AGM before the voting period begins.
To submit a resolution for discussion at the 2022 AGM, please complete our resolution form and submit to the ALP office.
ALP Resolution forms must be returned to Alberta Lamb Producers by September 15, 2022 to be considered eligible. Proposed resolutions will not be accepted past this deadline or from the floor at the AGM.
Canadian Sheep Identification Program Fees Increasing Today
Ottawa, ON (February 3, 2020) – Effective today, Canadian Sheep Identification Program (CSIP) approved Shearwell tags are subject to program fee increases originally noted in the January 4, 2019, press release.