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FoodLogiQ has signed agreement with Canadian Cattlemen’s Association to provide value added traceability solution to its members

Source:Canadian Cattlemen’s Association, 19.dec.08

Calgary, AB — FoodLogiQ, the leading provider of On Demand food safety and traceability software, today announced that they have signed an agreement with the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association to provide a value added traceability solution to its members.

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Posted by FFC on July 21st, 2009 :: Filed under Beef cattle,Consumers,Food safety,Innovation and technology
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Canadian dairymen a force for change

By Sarah Trickett, Farmers Weekly (UK), 20/11/2008

It is hard to comprehend the fact that Canadian dairy farmers pay a quota cost of $30,000 (£16,470)/kg of butterfat a day. With an average butterfat at just over 1kg, you are looking at a bill of $45,000 (£24,706)/kg of butterfat a day.

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Posted by FFC on July 13th, 2009 :: Filed under Canada,Dairy cattle,Family vs factory farming,Housing,Innovation and technology,Regulations,Veal
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