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Points de vue

Perspectives de l’industrie canadienne du mouton

Points de vue est un forum de discussion sur les problèmes dont l’industrie fait face actuellement. La popularité de ce forum de partage des perspectives lancé en 2007 augmente avec chaque nouveau numéro. Il est aussi de plus en plus reconnu à l’étranger. Chaque numéro publie des articles sur des sujets spécifiques ainsi que des lettres à l’éditeur.

Disponible en anglais.

Points of View Archives

Myth: Producers are not interested in genotyping their flocks to help identify animals that have increased resistance to scrapie. August 2010
MYTH: The Canadian sheep industry is sustainable and will grow without embracing traceability. July 2010
MYTH: The only way to increase my production is by increasing my number of ewes. June 2010
There's no danger in under supplying the sheep market May 2010
The sheep industry will end up like the hog and cattle industries if CSF continues its focus on increasing production      April 2010
An increase in production will mean a decrease in price         March 2010
I don't have a say in what the CSF does          February 2010
 There's no need to worry about bio-security on my farm  January 2010
 What is the best way to reach you?  December 2009
 National Predation Roundtable       November 2009
Are sheep producers interested in production insurance       October 2009
 Is increasing production possible without making major investments       September 2009
 Predation is not impacting my production       August 2009
 C. ovis condemnations in sheep - an emerging problem in Canada  July 2009
It is a waste of money to participate in the Voluntary Scrapie Flock Certification Program June 2009
Myth - There is no point in calling a vet because they cost too much May 2009
Myth - Bluetongue disease won't affect my flock April 2009
Raising Sheep and Producing Lamb March 2009
What should the CSF be doing for you? February 2009
Genetics January 2009
'Switched on’ leadership December 2008
Special edition – reporting on the Value Chain Round Table CSF’s 2008 AGM November 2008
What’s on your mind? October 2008
Flock expansion September 2008
On-farm food safety August 2008
Value chain round table July 2008
Radio-frequency identification technology June 2008
Maximizing profit April 2008
Association and government representative responsibility March 2008
Consumer demand February 2008
National grading system January 2008
Special edition – reporting on CSF’s 2007 AGM December 2007
Re-opening markets to Canadian lamb November 2007
Securing long-term sustainability of the sheep industry October 2007
Production and pricing September 2007
Who is the successful producer of the future? August 2007
Collaboration, communication and the consumer June 2007