The nation’s first USDA-certified organic campus integrates farm work and food production into every aspect of student life.
Journal vet Tommy Heffernan lists some safety tips when working with animals this summer.
Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of beef cattle during transport is important to farmers, transporters, and the public.
Province says targeted grazing is low-carbon and cost effective. Livestock and cattle will soon help fight wildfires in British Columbia as the province looks to … Read More
Reg Steward, Beef in BC, 23 May 2018 There has been a great response to the Emergency Preparedness workshops that AgSafe has been privileged to … Read More
4 May 2018 AgSafe, British Columbia’s agriculture health and safety association congratulates David Haywood-Farmer, recently named president of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA). David Haywood-Farmer … Read More
Reg Steward, Beef in BC, 20 September 2017 There has and will be much said about the fires that are causing havoc and ravaging much … Read More
Beef in BC, 15 July 2017 The Ranch Sustainability Award: Copper-T Ranch Congratulations to Trevor and Janice Tapp from Copper-T Ranch near Fraser Lake, B.C. … Read More
Reg Steward, Beef in BC; May / June 2017 Great and increasing emphasis is being placed on determining that a worker or an employee has … Read More
Ash Kelley, CBC; 18 May 2017 Cariboo ranchers say they lose up to $10,000 in cattle to vehicle collisions each year. A Williams Lake rancher … Read More
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