Documents For Download
|Download the NCFA Industry Profile||NCFA Industry Profile (July 2014)|
|Download the NCFA Industry Schema||NCFA-Industry-Schema|
|Download NCFA's presentation on Canada's New National Beef Strategy||NCFA Presentation to Canadian Angus Assn (Mar-31-15)|
|Download NCFA's Progress Report to the Manitoba Beef Producers||NCFA Presentation to MBP (Feb-06-15)|
New CCIA Canadian Livestock Tracking System MOBO app
The Canadian Cattle Identification Agency (CCIA) is introducing its new Canadian Livestock Tracking System (CLTS) MOBO app. The app has recently undergone massive changes to design and function and CCIA thought these updates were worthy of sharing with its industry partners. For an explanation on all the updates and history of the app and how this will affect users moving forward, click here.
With expected regulation changes slated for later 2019, we consider this an essential time to start planning to meet proposed increased livestock traceability reporting. Greater responsibilities will be placed on producers and the CLTS MOBO app will be a great asset in reducing the time it takes to complete increased tasks. The app is designed to add convenience to the workflow of traceability requirements for users.
For more information on traceability requirements in Canada, contact:
Canadian Cattle Identification Services
7646 – 8 Street NE
Calgary, AB Canada T2E 8X4
Main: 403-476-1995 | Fax: 403-275-2099
www.canadaid.ca | 1-877-909-2333
Manual of Procedures
Livestock Identification and Traceability Program (Version 3f)
The purpose of a Manual of Procedures is to help the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) inspectors in verifying compliance and enforcing regulations it administers. Please find attached a revised Manual of Procedures for requirements under Part XV of the Health of Animals Regulations dealing with animal identification and traceability.
All new videos from the Saskatchewan Cattle Feeders Association!
The SCFA is pleased to bring you seven short YouTube videos about nutrition, feeding, gathering data, animal handling, and animal health.
Canadian Feedlot Animal Care Assessment Program
The NCFA’s Canadian Feedlot Animal Care Assessment Program has resulted in a code of practice specific to the handling and care of beef cattle on Canadian confined feeding operations (CFOs).
The Feedlot Animal Care Assessment Program is not intended to replace or supplant the National Beef Code, but to serve as a companion code focusing on animal care issues unique to beef feedlots. The program provides feedlot operators and beef processors with a single and widely accepted animal care protocol, dispensing with the need for multiple animal care agreements between cattle feeders and beef processors.
“As a company that’s built our reputation on serving safe food for almost 50-years, animal health and welfare is very important to McDonald’s Canada and our guests as we know that healthy animals provide safe food. We are proud that animal welfare has been part of our legacy of commitment for decades and is now one of the main components of our recently concluded Sustainable Beef Pilot project. Given our focus on animal care and independent third party verification, we commend The National Cattle Feeders Association for receiving Professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization (PAACO) certification of their Feedlot Animal Care Assessment tool. The certification is a testament to the NCFA’s leadership in working with processors, producers, and industry technical experts to produce a tangible tool that focuses on improving the health and welfare of animals raised for food, benefiting everyone in the value chain.” —Jeffrey Fitzpatrick-Stilwell, Senior Manager Sustainability, McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada Limited