The Canadian Hereford Association is pleased to announce that Karen Schiml has joined the CHA staff as the new Programs and Media Coordinator.
Karen was raised on a straight bred Hereford commercial cattle ranch in Southern Saskatchewan where she was a member of both the CJHA and 4H beef club. She received her B.S.A. in Animal Science from the University of Saskatchewan.
She spent the last several years in the feed industry in a variety of positions, most recently in a regulatory and nutrition role for a small premix manufacturer. With a strong technical background, she collaborated with industry experts to provide nutrition and management solutions to producers.
As Programs and Media Coordinator for the Canadian Hereford Association, Karen is excited to meet and work with CHA members. She will be supporting the HBI and Show Committees, working with research projects and assisting with design for the Digest. Welcome Karen!
New Article from the Canadian Cattlemen
Ryegrass Works for Winter Grazing Cows The only drawback is some extra birth weight on the calves
by Heather Smith Thomas - Featured in the April 2015 Special Forage Issue.
"Andy Schuepbach, a registered Hereford breeder in southern Alberta, uses two varieties of ryegrass to provide fall and winter feed for his cattle. The high protein content of these grasses eliminates the need for any other protein source..." Continue Reading
New Job Opportunities with the Canadian Hereford Association:
Youth Programs and Foundation Manager Purpose of Position: To manage and play a leadership role with the activities of the Canadian Junior Hereford Association (CJHA) and Bonanza. Organize and implement fundraising and scholarships distribution for the Keith Gilmore Foundation.
Scope of the Position: Responsible for managing and implementing programs under the CJHA and KGF. This is a part-time position that does not require the manager to be located in the Canadian Hereford Association's Calgary office.
Visit AgCareers.com for more details.
2015 UCVM Beef Cattle Conference
Pushing the Frontiers of Beef Cattle Health
June 17: Pre-conference workshops
University of Calgary Spyhill Campus
June 18-19: Deerfoot Inn & Casino, Calgary, AB
Themes for this year: Prudent drug use; applied animal welfare; and hot topics in cattle health.
For details and registration, visit: www.vet.ucalgary.ca/beef or contact us at: 403-210-7309 / email@example.com.
Click Here for Registration Package - Early registration Ends May 15
2015 Sire Summary is now online.
Spring 2015 EPDs are now online, averages, tools and trends can be found here
The Confirmed Genetic Abnormality Carriers Lists are now online, click here for more information and to view the lists
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