Welcome to BeefResearch.ca!
The Beef Cattle Research Council (BCRC) is pleased to welcome you to BeefResearch.ca!
This new website is a dynamic, central resource for Canadian beef research news and information. Whether you’re a cow-calf producer, feedlot operator, veterinarian, meat packer, researcher or other industry stakeholder, you can rely on us to keep you informed of Canadian beef research news and information.
BeefResearch.ca is the place to find information on the industry’s research priorities and objectives, background information on research topics, and technical fact sheets on project results.
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As the website evolves, you can expect to find new decision tools and other resources for producers interested in modifying their production practices. Resources for researchers and other extension groups will also be developed to support their technology transfer and knowledge dissemination efforts. BeefResearch.ca currently features project results from studies that were funded by the BCRC. In time, we’ll also post information about any valuable project related to beef or beef cattle.
Your questions and feedback are welcome! We encourage you to share your feedback with us and comment on blog posts so we know what kinds of information you’re looking for.
BeefResearch.ca is an important part of our long-term strategy to improve technology transfer and knowledge dissemination within the Canadian beef cattle industry, and is part of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Beef Cattle Industry Science Cluster.
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