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Alberta Agriculture and Food : Home Page

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Location: Alberta Government > Ropin' The Web Home Home | Find Staff | Calculators | Directories | General Store | Links | Programs & Services Crops Livestock Ag Engineering Business & Economics Consumer Information Diseases/Insects/Pests Food & Ag Processing Food Safety Learning/Leadership/4H Ministry Information Rural Services Soil/Water/Air Statistics Trade Weather & Climate Minister's Office Expenses International Travel Expenses Welcome News Province applauds U.S. decision to end last livestock border barrier - November 19, 2007 Agriculture Ministers announce progress on new programs for Canada's ag sector - November 17, 2007 On today's Call of the Land, grain producers want more price signals . This week in Agri-News, winter care for honey bees . Alberta streamlines legislation fo Read More
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Alberta Agriculture and Food : Home Page

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Location: Alberta Government > Ropin' The Web Home Home | Find Staff | Calculators | Directories | General Store | Links | Programs & Services Crops Livestock Ag Engineering Business & Economics Consumer Information Diseases/Insects/Pests Food & Ag Processing Food Safety Learning/Leadership/4H Ministry Information Rural Services Soil/Water/Air Statistics Trade Weather & Climate Minister's Office Expenses International Travel Expenses Welcome News Province applauds U.S. decision to end last livestock border barrier - November 19, 2007 Agriculture Ministers announce progress on new programs for Canada's ag sector - November 17, 2007 On today's Call of the Land, grain producers want more price signals . This week in Agri-News, winter care for honey bees . Alberta streamlines legislation fo Read More
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Alberta Ranched Elk

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Home Your Health Recipes Fast Facts Where to Buy Restaurants Links Promotional Items Contact Us Fine dining with Alberta Ranched Elk click here for more information Meet the New Red Meat: Healthy and 100 per cent natural Alberta Ranched Elk. Alberta Ranched Elk is tasty, lean, and luxurious. Many chefs use it as a feature ingredient to create elegant, high cuisine dishes. And when you substitute it into your favourite recipes at home, it also offers a healthier, organic alternative to traditional meats. Alberta Ranched Elk is versatile! Whether barbecued, roasted, stewed, stir fried or prepared in any way your imagination desires, elk meat is healthy and tastes great! It’s high in protein, iron and B vitamins with just a fraction of the fat and cholesterol found in beef or pork. Albe Read More
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Bison Centre - Home of the Bison Producers of Alberta

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Home | Contact | Site Map | Producers | Consumers Welcome to the Bison Centre Website Home of the Bison Producers of Alberta IN TOUCH 2007 BPA Regional Meetings South Region – October 27 - STRATHMORE Peace Country Region – November 3 - GRANDE PRAIRIE Central Region – November 10 - CAMROSE Plan to Attend – FREE to all in the Bison Industry Let's Get Back IN TOUCH with our Bison Friends RSVP by calling the BPA office at 780-986-4100 Click here for information on Production, Memberships, Point of Sale Promotional Material, Classified Ads, Latest Bison Centre Newsletter, E-Letter and CCIA Tag Information. Click here for information on bison meat. Where to Buy Bison and How to Cook it. Recipes, as well as Upcoming Promotional Events and Items for Sale. Keep up with all t Read More
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Buffalo

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Buffalo Alternative Agriculture Series, Number 1, January 1993 Author: Randy Sell , Research Assistant Department of Agricultural Economics, NDSU Series Editor: Dwight Aakre , Farm Mangement Specialist NDSU Extension Service Raising buffalo has changed from a novelty enterprise to a profitable one. Buffalo may be marketed for their meat and by-products, for recreational hunting, and as breeding stock. The total buffalo (bison) population in North America is estimated at 90,000, and about 85 percent of these animals are owned by private entities. The demand for buffalo meat has increased, primarily because consumers perceive it to have less intramuscular fat (more lean meat) than beef and pork. Some also believe that this means the meat is lower in cholesterol, though this has not been prov Read More
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Center For Bison Studies, MSU-Bozeman

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Center For Bison Studies, MSU-Bozeman Montana State University-Bozeman CENTER FOR BISON AND WILDLIFE HEALTH Welcome to the Center for Bison Studies at Montana State University-Bozeman (CBS). What you are viewing is an effort by the CBS to allow easy access to important information on the American Bison ( Bison bison Linnaeus). CENTER DESCRIPTION The Center for Bison Studies is at Montana State University-Bozeman. The primary mission of the Center is to serve as a regional center for information exchange and research on all aspects of the biology and management of the American bison. This includes research on disease and parasite identifications, transmission, and control; nutrition and physiology studies; genetic studies; studies on grading and marketing; range science and ecology studies; Read More
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Deer, Elk and Reindeer Farmers Information Network

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Deer, Elk & Reindeer Farmers? Network W elcome to the Deer, Elk & Reindeer Farmers? Information Network. On-line since February 1998, Deerfarmer.com / Elkfarmer.com / Reindeerfarmer.com is the leading source of information for those interested in raising deer, elk and reindeer. Please visit our very active Discussion Forums . If you have any questions about deer, elk or reindeer, you can have them answered there. Our FREE Classified Ads have more listings and traffic than another other media to market your deer and elk products and services. We have a Photo Gallery . Send us your best deer, elk and reindeer pictures for posting in the gallery. Also, be sure to send us detailed information on each animal. Our old gallery can still be seen here . Russell Sawchuk Webmaster Please visit our cl Read More
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Elk Breeders Home Page

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Feature Website Nebraska Elk Tours Daily Thought You can overcome anything if you don't bellyache. - Bernard M. Baruch Feature Picture North American Elk, or Wapiti, are considered by some to be an exotic animal but the Roosevelt (also called the Olympic), Manitoban, Rocky Mountain, and Tule Elk are a viable industry livestock. Ranchers and farmers are discovering the magnitude of elk as an investment in the future with three separate and thriving markets: Elk meat not only has a very pleasant taste but is also very low in both cholesterol and fat. Elk antler velvet has been used in the Orient for medicinal purposes for thousands of years and is now being discovered by consumers on this continent. Trophy elk are in high demand by North American hunters. Listen to a Bull Elk Bugle Ranches | Read More
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Fitness Center - HealthWorld Online

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healthy.net Fitness Center home alternative medicine health conditions healthy shopping contact us Tell A Friend Welcome to our Fitness Center Integrating Fitness & Alternative Health Fitness News Chinese Medicine Helps Shed Those Extra... Exercise: You can have too much of a good thing, as women... more news Wellness Nutrition Fitness Update Spring is for Sprinting With the beginning of spring weather many people are anxious to begin running/jogging/ walking programs. Although there are a variety of training programs, the basic procedure is to start with shorter distances and slower... Full article... Fitness Programs Aerobic Training Fitness & Your Health Healthy Sports Issues in Fitness Training Mental/Emotional Fitness Special Populations Sports Injuries Strength Training Stretching Ta Read More
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GPBA Welcome

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Promoting Grass Fed, Naturally Raised, Plains Buffalo Our Mission Introduction / Background Meat Producers, Resources and other Links Membership Information For more information, email us! ©2000 Great Plains Buffalo Association Webmaster: Jan Moseley Read More
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Handbook of bison production

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Handbook of Bison Production Geoff Brown ANSC 475 Project Introduction Farm diversification is becoming a popular trend in the 1990's. More and more educated farmers are becoming discontent with traditional commodities and livestock and are looking for something new to invest in and develop. It seems only natural that sooner or later farms and ranches would start looking back to North American roots to develop a new industry that is tailored to our land and climate. The North American Bison, which was once close to extinction, has filled this niche. It is ironic that an animal so associated with our history and heritage, would become a species that has become a desirable product for today's 'new age' market where health concerns are a major priority. However, the market for bison extends b Read More
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Home - National Bison Association

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SHOP JOIN THE NBA CLASSIFIEDS CONTACT US SITE MAP CANADIAN BISON ASSOCIATION ABOUT BISON THE NBA BISON NEWS WHERE TO BUY COOKING & HEALTH RESOURCES & INFO MEMBERS AREA ONLINE STORE Register today for the NBA 2008 Winter Conference, January 23-26, at the Westin Westminster Hotel in Westminster, CO... Full story 11.24.07 - Legends of the Fall, Minnesota Buffalo Association Show & Sale 12.01.07 - Kansas Buffalo Association 18th Annual Fall Buffalo Auction 12.01.07 - Western Bison Association Annual Bison Sale 12.03.07 - Gold Trophy Sale Ad Deadline 12.06.07 - Missouri Bison Association Fall Buffalo Sale 12.08.07 - North Dakota Buffalo Association Fall Buffalo Sale More Events Best Bison Burgers Evah! Bison Strip-Steak & Spicy Red Onion Marmalade Beer Braised Brisket *2007 NBA Brisket Bonanza Read More
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Table of Contents

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Deer Industry Association of Australia NEWS RESEARCH CONTACTS DIAA MEMBERS MEMBERSHIP USEFUL LINKS ONLINE AUCTIONS FACT SHEETS DEER VET VET LINKS DIAA BOOKSHOP FEEDBACK SEARCH OUR SITE Welcome to the DIAA The Deer Industry Association of Australia represents farmers, processors, transporters, breed organisations and any other party involved in the deer industry. As the national deer organisation the DIAA is the focus point for the industry. It negotiates with Government agencies on many topics vital to the deer industry, including the use of levy funds and development of protocols for the export of venison and velvet. The more deer farmers it represents, the more effective the DIAA becomes. If after reading our web site you wish to become a member, or simply make inquiries about becoming a Read More
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White-tail and Mule Deer Library

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The Library Information on Articles Reports & Publications Newsletters Questions & Answers Research Centre Markets Photo Gallery About the Library W elcome to our Library. Here you will find a wealth of information about white-tail and mule deer. This information will be of value and interest to you if you are a current deer farmer, considering becoming a deer farmer or are an agricultural consultant or other person wanting to learn more about these beautiful North American deer species. To make information easier to find, we have divided the Library into seven rooms. These are: Articles - here you will find a range of articles from raising fawns, how to start a deer farm, deer production, management and marketing. Reports and publications - visit this room to obtain access to and copies o Read More
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Why Raise Bison?

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Why should I raise buffalo (bison)? Let's suppose you'd like to get into the bison business, but you're hesitant because you're not very familiar with the management of bison. This article briefly addresses some of the 'high points' of the subject. Table of Contents (click the number for the section you wish to read) 1) Introduction 2) The Future of the Bison Industry 3) Features and Benefits of Raising Bison 4) Bison Products Buyers... 5) Nature of Bison Compared to Cattle 6) Handling 7) Fences 8) Health 9) Reproduction 10) Pasture 11) Pasture Management 12) Conclusion and Recommendations Introduction As a brief introduction to this very complex subject, studying this article is your first important step in becoming a successful producer. We strongly urge you to do so, followed by three o Read More
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