Regenerative agriculture is a growing movement, but what it looks like may vary from one operation to the next.
That’s led the Canadian Beef Advisors to ask for input from the beef industry on what regenerative beef production looks like, in order to “align messaging,” according to an item in the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association’s latest enewsletter, Action News.
Anyone who owns or manages beef cattle, works for an organization that supports the industry or otherwise supports or relies on beef production is invited to complete an online survey. The survey covers everything from how people feel about the industry defining the term “regenerative beef production” to rating a description of three operations that together form a regenerative system. Survey respondents are also asked for input on proposed principles and outcomes of regenerative beef production.
The deadline for the survey is January 8, 2021.
The Canadian Beef Advisors comprise staff and elected members of the national beef organizations, including the Beef Cattle Research Council, National Cattle Feeders Association, Canadian Beef Breeds Council, Canada Beef, Canadian Meat Council and the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef. It also includes representatives from the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association and its provincial member associations.