Projects Inventory

The Sustainability Projects Inventory is a database of completed and ongoing projects from CRSB members and non-members that align with the ten goals from the National Beef Sustainability Assessment and Strategy. These sustainability projects are designed to demonstrate, pilot or promote sustainability practices. 

The Annual Sustainability Projects Inventory Survey is open between April 1 and May 31 each year, it is open to both CRSB members and non-members.

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Cow-Calf Forage Backgrounder

2011 - 2014
Reclamation of Saline Soil Using Perennial Forages
HOFFMAN, ADRIANA
WESTERN APPLIED RESEARCH CORPORATION

The beef industry has the ability to convert forages grown on marginal lands that are to steep, rocky or salty...

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Cow-Calf Backgrounder NGOs

January 2015 - March 2018
Maintaining and Enhancing Wildlife Habitat
CRSB

Over 1000 species make their home on Canadian rangelands, their habitat regularly overlapping with agricultural landscapes, particularly livestock grazing operations.

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Cow-Calf Backgrounder Feedlot

January 2019 - April 2019
Sustainability within the Canadian Beef Sector: 2019 Olds College Student Project
CRSB

There are multiple resources available for the beef supply chain from producers through packers and processors to find information on...

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Backgrounder Feedlot Retail/Foodservice NGOs Government

April 1, 2019 - December 2022
Surveillance of antimicrobial use and antimicrobial resistance in Canadian feedlot cattle
Joyce van Donkersgoed
Alberta Cattle Feeders Association

The Public Health Agency of Canada monitors antimicrobial resistance in healthy livestock arriving at abattoirs and retail meat through it’s...

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Cow-Calf Backgrounder Feedlot

March 2014 - November 2015
Case Study to Evaluate 3D Fencing in Reducing Livestock Feed Losses to Wildlife in Saskatchewan
Jeff Braidek
Government of Saskatchewan

Wildlife damage and consumption of livestock feed can be a financial and stressful issue for producers in Saskatchewan.

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Cow-Calf Backgrounder Feedlot

April 2013 - March 2014
Stacked Round Bale Silage Demonstration
Jeff Braidek
Government of Saskatchewan

Forage and cattle feed are the highest cost on a cattle farm or ranch.

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