Sunday, August 19, 2018

BCRC News and Deadlines

Nominate an outstanding researcher by May 1:

The Canadian Beef Industry Award for Outstanding Research and Innovation is presented by the Beef Cattle Research Council (BCRC) each year to recognize a researcher or scientist whose work has contributed to advancements in the competitiveness and sustainability of the Canadian beef industry.

Learn more here.

Applications open for Beef Researcher Mentorship Program:

Applications are now open for the Beef Cattle Research Council's Beef Researcher Mentorship Program, which helps connect upcoming and new beef researchers with innovative producers and industry experts. Application deadline is May 1, 2018.

Learn more here.

Posted March 10, 2018


 

SSGA Welcomes Enhancements to Saskatchewan Crop Insurance

February 27, 2018

Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced enhancements to the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Program. The Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association is pleased that the government has heard the voice of stock growers and has responded with these enhancements to their risk management programs.

“Despite these tight budgetary times, they have addressed the needs of cattle producers in the Province of Saskatchewan. These efforts show just how much they value our industry,” stated SSGA President Shane Jahnke.

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Posted February 28, 2018


 

SSGA Meet to Address Wildfire Aftermath

January 25, 2018

Members of the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association (SSGA) discussed some of the key issues in the beef industry at their semi-annual meeting earlier today.

“It’s important for producers to meet face-to-face to talk about the issues most important to the beef sector and share their view on solutions,” stated Shane Jahnke, President of the SSGA. He highlighted the SSGA’s activities for the past six months including continuing to lobby the government against the national carbon tax and against federal proposed changes to the corporate taxation. “Both the carbon tax and the proposed changes to corporate taxation would put the beef industry at a competitive disadvantage when it comes to trade,” he added.

Members passed two resolutions in response to the wildfires that took place last fall. “The wildfires were devastating to producers that suffered losses,” Jahnke stated. “The fires illustrated the need for fire insurance for grasslands to be commercially available and if it were available to these producers this program would have been a huge help.” One resolution called on the province and the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) to incorporate fire insurance into their forage insurance program.

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Posted Feb 1, 2018


 

A Special Thank You to Saskatchewan Forage Council Sponsors

 

Gold

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Silver

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Union Forage  
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Bronze

Ducks Unlimited Northstar
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Ponderosa Ag Sales SCIC
   

 

The SFC also gratefully acknowledges funding for…
Facilitating Forage Initiatives in Saskatchewan’ project through the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association Industry Development Fund (SCAIDF)

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