Are you a beef producer who’s interested in taking on a leadership role in Saskatchewan’s beef industry? Do you want to play a role in navigating the industry through the changes and challenges ahead?
If so, we want to hear from you.
The SCA is seeking nominations for several board positions coming up for election at our Fall District Meetings. This is an open call to all active cattle producers for nominations to the SCA Board.
There will be six elections in 2017, including District 1, 3A, 4, 6, 8 and 9B.
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Simply fill out the form, have it signed by three registered producers from your area, include a short profile and digital photo and send it directly to
Colin Wirth, Chief Returning Officer at: Dudley and Company LLP
Suite 100 - 2255 13th Ave. Regina, SK S4P-0V6 Telephone: 306-757-5555 ext: 103, FAX: 306-525-3236,EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations must be received by midnight, Monday, July 31, 2017. Check out the map to see what district you are in or call the SCA office at 306-585- 2333 for more information.
Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association (SCA) and Alberta Beef Producers (ABP) are conducting a risk management and insurance survey for forage producers to provide important information that may be used to design more effective insurance and risk management tools for forage producers.
Your feedback is greatly appreciated, and the survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. The survey closes June 1st and the results will be shared with SCA and ABP at a later date.
The National Beef Strategy www.beefstrategy.com is designed to position the Canadian beef industry for greater profitability, growth and continued production of high quality beef.
The aim of developing the strategy, and the outcome of that development, was to get the whole industry committed to improve the industry across the country: better connections with consumers and among producers, increased competitiveness relative to our competitors, improved productivity and increased beef demand are ways to improve the resilience and profitability of beef cattle producers of all kinds across Canada.
The pillars and goals of the National Beef Strategy by 2020 are:
Click here to for the full update on the National Beef Strategy.
The Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association is encouraging producers to register with the Premises Identification program (PID). According to the Association’s chairman Ryan Beierbach PID is an important tool for improving the traceability in the Canadian beef industry.
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IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS FOR CFIA ABOUT THE BOVINE TB SITUATION, PLEASE CLICK HERE.
THE PRODUCER HANDBOOK IS NOW ONLINE!
The SCA Producer Handbook, which outlines a number of issues, programs and other information of use to producers, was handed out at our fall district meetings. If you didn't get a physical copy, you can download the PDF by clicking on the picture. By clicking on the links on the pages, you can be transported to even more information!
Click here for the most recent weekly cattle market update ending from Saskatchewan Agriculture and Canfax
The Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association's 2017 Annual Report is now available. Click the photo for a PDF version.