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Dean Edge, Rimbey, Alberta
Canadian Wins World Livestock Auctioneer Championship Qualifier

Dean Edge, Rimbey, Alta., was named Champion at the 2020 World Livestock Auctioneer Championship (WLAC) Midwestern Regional Qualifying Event in Yankton, S.D.

Stephen Hughes, Chinook Ranch, Alberta
Rancher Is McDonald’s First 'Flagship Farmer'

McDonald's Canada announced the first representative for the McDonald’s Flagship Farmer Program, a global initiative to amplify stories of exceptional rancher who exemplify best practices in beef production.

Canada, Ireland Also Receive Full Access for Beef into Japan

Overlooked in some of the euphoria of U.S. beef producers gaining full access into the Japanese market was the announcement that Canadian and Irish beef got the same access.

Two Hurdles Leaped for U.S. Beef, More To Do, Says NCBA's Woodall

“Friday was a big day for us in the beef business,” said Colin Woodall, vice president of regulatory affairs for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, told AgriTalk host Chip Flory on Monday.

Ben Tyner, 32, went missing January 26 in British Columbia and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police now say the disappearance may involve criminal activity.
Missing Rancher Case May Involve Criminality, RCMP Says

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police say the disappearance of Nicola Ranch manager Ben Tyner may involve criminal activity.

TPP Countries Gaining Foothold in Japanese Beef Market

Beef producing countries like Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Mexico are gaining greater access into Japan thanks to lowered tariffs, giving those exporters a significant advantage over U.S. beef producers.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Major Crimes Unit has been dispatched to investigate the disappearance of a missing rancher.
Major Crimes Unit Investigates Missing Cowboy

The Major Crimes Unite of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have been called to investigate the disappearance of rancher Ben Tyner.

Crash Leaves Cattle Stranded on Truck Along Snake River in Washington

Cattle in route from Canada to a packing plant in Washington crashed less than 9 miles from their destination in an event police called a “spontaneous carnival ride.”