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Left to right: Chad, Ricky, Cooper, Renee, Riata, Ellie and Louis Seelhof.

CCA Reports: Linking conservation and cattle

From the September 2020 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

Over the past several months, COVID-19 has shown us that we have an innovative and resilient food system and has also identified where enhancements are needed. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to threaten the future of families who raise beef cattle across Canada. It is also important to look at the impacts through […] Read more

CCA Reports: CCA focuses on COVID-19 recovery, trade and public engagement

From the August 2020 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

Since mid-May, we have seen provinces move to slowly reopen their economies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. While the impacts of COVID-19 on the beef industry and the greater Canadian economy will not be short-term, we are optimistic that the agriculture sector can assist in Canada’s post-COVID-19 recovery. In recent weeks, processing capacity has […] Read more


CCA Reports: More support needed to navigate pandemic

From the June 2020 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

The last two months have seen Canadians hunkered down at home — everyone doing their part to help flatten the curve. Uncertainty is everywhere in the world around us and the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on every Canadian and industry from coast to coast to coast. This uncertainty has led to Canadians stocking […] Read more

Trade continues to be of critical importance for the CCA.

CCA Reports: Pulling through the COVID crisis

From the May 2020 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

It’s a privilege to address you for the first time through this column as president of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA). As I take over CCA’s leadership from David Haywood-Farmer, I’d like to express my sincere thanks for his commitment to Canadian beef producers and the significant progress accomplished on key files during his term. […] Read more