The Canadian Sheep Federation (CSF) is a producer-funded organization. Its members are comprised of provincial organizations that each elect one representative to the CSF Board of Directors.
The Canadian Sheep Federation (CSF) and the Canadian sheep industry at large are facing an exciting time in the evolution of the sheep value chain. Huge opportunities exist today to grow markets, increase value for all stakeholders, and secure the prosperity of the industry for the future.
CSF plays a central role in coordinating efforts to make this happen, including resources like this website that are intended to help existing lamb producers and new entrants find the information and contacts they need to grow and prosper. If you don't find what you're looking for, please contact the CSF office.
The Canadian Sheep Federation was established on August 31, 1990. The organization, which replaced the former Canada Sheep Council, was created to provide a strong national body that represented the Canadian sheep industry on issues of national importance.