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Traceability and Information Management

We are at the forefront of livestock traceability.


As Canadian sheep farmers, we understand the significance of traceability and information systems in our industry. At the Canadian Sheep Federation (CSF), we are passionate about harnessing the power of advanced technologies to revolutionize how we track and manage our flocks.


Why do we believe traceability and information systems are critical issues? Because they empower us to make informed decisions, enhance biosecurity measures, and streamline our operations. Through effective traceability, we can confidently trace the journey of our sheep and their products, ensuring transparency, accountability, and consumer trust.

At the CSF, we are committed to staying at the forefront of traceability advancements. We recognize that traceability is not just a regulatory requirement; it is a tool that enables us to protect the health and welfare of our flocks, respond swiftly to disease outbreaks, and safeguard the integrity of Canadian sheep products.

We embrace innovative technologies such as blockchain, AI, biometrics, and machine learning to transform our traceability and information systems. By leveraging these cutting-edge solutions, we can simplify data management, improve data accuracy and security, and create a seamless and valuable experience for our farmers.


Our vision is to provide user-friendly and efficient traceability solutions that integrate seamlessly into the daily operations of our farmers. We want to simplify the data collection, analysis, and reporting processes, allowing farmers to focus on what they do best – caring for their flocks.


Through collaboration with government agencies, research institutions, and industry stakeholders, we advocate for policies and initiatives that promote the development and adoption of advanced traceability solutions. By working together, we can overcome challenges, address concerns, and drive positive change in the sheep industry.

We are committed to supporting our farmers with the necessary resources and training to embrace and implement traceability and information systems effectively. We believe that these systems should not be burdensome or complex; they should enhance productivity and add value to our farmers' operations.


Let's shape a more transparent, accountable, and prosperous Canadian sheep farming community. Together, we can pave the way for a sustainable and resilient industry that meets the highest traceability standards.

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