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18th Western Canada Feedlot Management School

The Keys to Backgrounding Success

February 2-4, 2016

Click on the links below to view presentations:

Dr John Campbell - Calf-hood Vaccination Effects Down the Line

Philip Lynn - The Art of Pen Checking

Bud box demo video

Dr John McKinnon - Designing your Nutrition Program with the End Goal in Mind

Anna Ditablan - SK Immigrant Nominee Program

Cherie Copithorne-Barnes - Confronting Public Perception in a Positive Light

Dr Karen Schwartzkopf-Genswein - Do Happy Cows Produce More Beef?

William Torres - Codes of Practice in Practice!

Gerald Klassen - Market Overview - What's Happening for the Future?

Joe Jackson - Understanding Risk and Tools for Reducing Financial Risk  


WCFMS is organized by the Saskatchewan Cattle Feeders Association,
the University of Saskatchewan Department of Animal and Poultry Science,
and Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture.

 
SCFA Membership

Are you involved in the Cattle Feeding Industry in Saskatchewan? If so, it's time to renew or become a member of the Saskatchewan Cattle Feeders Association (SCFA). Three types of members are identified in the SCFA - individuals, feeder/breeder associations and associate (non-voting).This annual membership ensures that your voice in the cattle feeding industry will be heard.

For more information about the SCFA and what a membership can do, click here .

Become a member to show your support for the cattle feeding industry in Saskatchewan today!

2016 SCFA Membership Form

 
Western Livestock Price Insurance

Applications are now being accepted for a new livestock price insurance product designed to help cattle and hog producers manage unexpected price declines.

The Western Livestock Price Insurance Program (WLPIP), announced by federal and western provincial ministers on January 24, 2014, enables livestock producers to purchase price protection on cattle and hogs in the form of an insurance policy.  This new insurance product offers protection against an unexpected drop in prices over a defined period of time, and is available to producers in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Click here for details from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture .

Applicaitons are available on the WLPIP website .

April 9, 2014

 
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