The Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association has a new executive following last week’s AGM in Saskatoon. Rick Toney from Gull Lake takes over the role as Board Chair. Toney says one of the key topics at the meeting focused on the December 1st changes…
Source: Gull Lake native takes over as new Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association Board Chair – SwiftCurrentOnline.com
REGINA — A farm group has raised around $200,000 to help ranchers affected by recent wildfires in southwest Saskatchewan. A wildfire near Burstall, Tompkins and Leader on Oct. 17 burned tens of thousands of acres of land and killed around 750 cattle, for an estimated loss of about $1 million.
Source: Saskatchewan farm group raising funds, getting hay, fencing, after wildfires
2017 has seen strong demand for Canadian beef both on the domestic and export market.
Anne Wasko, a Market Analyst with Cattle Trends, says prices have been good with wholesale prices trading 3 to 4% higher than they were a year ago.
She says heavy carcass weights from last year have dropped by about 30 pounds a carcass giving cattle feeders a better bargaining position…
Source: 2017’s beef market continues to be strong – SwiftCurrentOnline.com
The President of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association says the beef industry is strong heading into the new year. Dan Darling says the Canadian industry is admired by other countries in the quality of the animals and products produced in Canada,…
Source: CCA President Looking Forward to 2017 – SwiftCurrentOnline.com