NSCP Silent Auction

We are operating a silent auction on our Facebook page with proceeds going towards the 4H Beef team, Nova Scotia Young Farmers’ and industry development projects. This auction runs until March 19th solely on Facebook. All auction items are posted as a photo. To bid, simply comment with your bid amount on the photo. Bids will continue for the week, with the next bidder commenting […]

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Upcoming Bull Sales

March 20th, 2021 – 9th Annual Balamore Farms “Thickness Sells” Bull & Heifer Sale (Virtual) 2021 Catalog link April 3rd, 2021 – Maritime Beef Test Station 48th Annual Breeding Stock Sale (Virtual) More information available here

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Bidalosy Farms Ltd. – Andrew McCurdy

Bidalosy Farms Limited is located along the shore of the Cobequid Bay in rural Old Barns, Nova Scotia. Origins of the farm can be traced back to 1876, with Andrew McCurdy being the 6th generation owner/operator. This family operation has 400 head of dairy and beef livestock, with the cattle being born and raised in open, spacious barns and farm fields. The animal feed requirements […]

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Bull Selection Producer Workshop

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Transportation Training for Carriers and Auction Centers

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Feeder Calf Market Outlook Workshop

If you’re wondering what the costs are for selling cattle at various auction markets within Eastern Canada, this workshop is for you! Register today for the upcoming virtual Feeder Calf Market Outlook workshop!

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NSCP Annual Meeting

Our Annual Meeting will be held March 10, 2021 beginning at 7:00PM, virtually via Zoom.   Please register by phoning 902-893-7455 or emailing office@nscattle.ca before March 8, 2021

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Beef Cattle Herdsperson Job Posting – Cape Mabou Community Pasture

The Cape Mabou Pasture Co-operative Limited is seeking a Beef Cattle Herdsperson for the Cape Mabou Community Pasture in Mabou, NS. Closing date: February 5, 2021 The full job posting can be found here.

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Atlantic Beef School – Farm Business Management

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Guidelines for Canadian Cattle Sales in 2020-2021

Due to a number of recent announcements on new protocols to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) have updated the Guidelines for Canadian Cattle Sales in 2020-2021. Please note that this resource has been developed with a national focus and are recommended best practice guidelines.

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