News and Updates
February 27, 2015

New Canadians prefer taste, quality of Ontario meats; Study result

An extensive new study shows that new Canadians prefer the taste and quality of Ontario meat over imported product. The study looked at the eating patterns, shopping habits, and taste preferences of new Canadians of African, Middle Eastern, South Asian, Southeast Asian, Caribbean, and European descent as they relate to the consumption of veal, goat, […]

February 27, 2015

Review of Canada’s Code of Practice for Veal Calves has begun

The National Farm Animal Care Council (NFACC) is pleased to announce the review and update of the Code of Practice for Veal Calves. The review, initiated by the Canadian Veal Association (CVA), will be guided by NFACC’s Code development process. “The Canadian Veal Association is looking forward to partnering with NFACC on the veal Code […]

December 1, 2014

Improving Calf Barn Air Quality Through Positive Pressure Tube Systems and Barn Design Workshop

Each year the Dairyland Initiative in Wisconsin holds workshops to train veterinarians, building contractors, equipment suppliers and producers to design, install and operate successful positive pressure tube ventilation (PPTV) systems for calf housing. The Wisconsin system has very particular parameters that lead to success. This year the one day workshop will be held in Elora […]

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