Peace Country Beef & Forage Association, formally known as North Peace Forage Association, was founded in 1982 by livestock producers in the Fairview and Hines Creek area for the purpose of demonstrating new forage varieties and technology in the Peace Country.
Grazing Research Project
The Grazing Research Project is supported by the Ag Canada Agricultural Greenhouse Gas program, and is being coordinated and conducted with the University of Alberta and A&M Texas AgriLife Research team of grazing experts, ecological scientists, and soil health experts. Dr. Richard Teague, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Dr. Edward Bork, University of Alberta and collaborators are looking for ranchers who would be interested in co-operating on this project. Interested producers are asked to complete and submit an online survey. Your participation will be invaluable and is greatly appreciated!
Click here to complete the online survey.
Beef Genomic Prediction Trial Project
Beef genomic prediction trial project: This pilot project is funded by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) in collaboration with Livestock Gentec, University of Alberta and Delta Genomics Edmonton. The collaborators are looking for producers who are interested in predicting genetic merit (including traits such as feed efficiency, growth, and carcass) of their cattle via this trial project.
Click here for more information from AAFC.
Save The Date!
“Cows, Crops, Culverts & Fish” – Heart River Watershed Restoration Plan Update – May 4th in Nampa
Western Canada Conference on Soil Health & Grazing – December 5th-7th in Edmonton
PCBFA Receives Funding from the Government of Alberta