December 2022 Monthly Update

Click Here to view the December 2022 NSCP Monthly Update!

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18th Annual General Meeting

MEETING CHANGE NOTICE! The Nova Scotia Cattle Producer 18th Annual General Meeting (AGM) date has been changed! The AGM will take place on  April 29th, 2023, at the Salmon River Fire Hall! Salmon River Fire Hall 102 Salmon River Rd, Salmon River, NS B6L 4E1

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2023 Zone Meetings

Zone Date Time Location Election 1 January 9th 7:00 PM Whycocomagh Waterfront Centre – 2 January 9th 1:00 PM Pictou Wellness Centre – 3 January 10th 7:00 PM Wentworth Learning Centre Yes 4 January 10th 1:00 PM NSFA Conference Room – 5 January 11th 7:00 PM Apple Dome – 6 January 11th 1:00 PM Forties Community Centre Yes Dealer January 13th 12:00 PM Online via […]

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November 2022 Monthly Update

Click Here to view the November 2022 NSCP Member Communication!

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Livestock Price Insurance Industry Focus Group

How do you manage market risk on your beef calves? How about Feeders you are backgrounding? Fat Cattle? Would you like to be able to insure against market drops? This is a program that would be eligible for producers small and large to utilize! Insure the market risk on one calf or 1000. Sleep better at night, it’s insurance. If the market ends up stronger […]

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October 2022 Member Communicaiton

The October 2022 Member Communication is now available. Click HERE to view!

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September 2022 Member Communication

Click Here to view the September 2022 NSCP Member Communication!

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Update: Invitation to Consultation Sessions

The Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture has rescheduled the consultation sessions that were cancelled due to Hurricane Fiona. Before they begin developing programs under the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership agreement, they would like to hear from you. On October 24th, 25th and 27th, the department will discuss federal-provincial program supports for agriculture that will begin in 2023.

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Avian Influenza Information

Please view this Avian Influenza Information from the Office of the Chief Veterinary Officer of Nova Scotia. There may be implications for your farming operation if you have poultry present on site.

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Manning Family Farm – Dean and Catherine Manning

Dean and Catherine operate Manning Family Farm along with their daughter and son, Caylene and Andrew, in Falmouth, NS. The farm is a mixed farm operation consisting of 80 head beef cow/calf along with greenhouses and market garden vegetables. Both Dean and Catherine are B.Sc. graduates from NSAC, while Caylene is a Registered Dietitian with her B.Sc. in Applied Human Nutrition, and Andrew is finishing […]

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