The Canadian Sheep Federation (CSF) and the Canadian sheep industry at large are facing an exciting time in the evolution of the sheep value chain. Huge opportunities exist today to grow markets, increase value for all stakeholders, and secure the prosperity of the industry for the future.
CSF plays a central role in coordinating efforts to make this happen, including resources like this website that are intended to help existing lamb producers and new entrants find the information and contacts they need to grow and prosper. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please contact the CSF office.
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Click here to access our Virtual Tool Box full of the information you need to know to run a successful operation.
|CCWG announces price decrease for Shearwell CSIP ASET Tags|
For Immediate Release
April 15, 2016 – Ottawa, Ontario - Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers Limited (CCWG) has announced that effective immediately, the price of Shearwell CSIP ASET tags will decrease to $1.95, subject to CSIP fees and tag levies where applicable. CCWG cites a slight increase in the Canadian dollar against the British pound and financial support from the UK tag manufacturer, Shearwell Data Limited as the contributing factors for the price cut. CCWG has worked extensively with manufacturers to manage tag costs to producers.
The Canadian Sheep Federation is committed to ensuring the Canadian Sheep Identification Program (CSIP) evolves with the changing needs of producers, the industry and global market demands with a focus on being “affordable, flexible and effective.” In keeping with this purpose, the Canadian Sheep Federation will continue to explore opportunities for minimizing CSIP costs to producers while continuing to ensure an effective national traceability program.
The Canadian Sheep Federation is committed to ensuring the Canadian Sheep Identification Program (CSIP) evolves with the changing needs of producers, the industry and global market demands with a focus on being “affordable, flexible and effective.” In keeping with this purpose, the Canadian Sheep Federation will continue to explore opportunities for minimizing CSIP costs to producers while continuing t
|(closantel sodium) Oral Suspension for the treatment of Haemonchus contortus (Barber Pole worm) infection in sheep and lambsFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE|
GUELPH, ONTARIO: (February 1, 2016) - Elanco Canada, introduces FLUKIVER, an oral suspension for the treatment of Haemonchus contortus (Barber Pole worm) infection in sheep and lambs. This is a prescription product available only through veterinarians. Canadian labelled product is anticipated to arrive late spring of 2016 and at that time veterinarians will be notified of its availability.
At this time a small stock of Flukiver continues to be available through the Emergency Drug Release (EDR) approval program managed by the Veterinary Drugs Directorate – Health Canada.
For technical Information regarding Flukiver please contact Nancy Perlich at firstname.lastname@example.org or directly by phone at +1 403-360-2658. For assistance with the EDR process please contact Nicole Pinto at email@example.com or directly by phone at +1 519-341-7002.
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