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Found 10 records similar to Dairy Cows by Census Division, 1996
In 1996, Canadian exports of cattle and beef accounted for 2.1 billion, the second single largest agricultural export product after wheat ($4.7 billion). Although 72% of the cow-calf farms are in Western Canada, Eastern Canada is still an important meat producer and represents most of the Canadian beef market. Beef cows outnumber dairy cows in every province except Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador. The slaughter has undergone major structural changes in the nineties.
This product provides information on Alberta Dairy Industry, for a five-year period. Number of Milk Producers; Milk Production; Average Daily Shipment per Milk Producer; and the Value($) of Farm Cash Receipts; Manufacturing Sales and Total International Exports of Dairy Products are included.
Get benchmark data on various farm types using business risk management program information in Ontario. Farm types include: * apple * grapes * beef cow calf * beef feedlot * dairy goat * field crops * greenhouse cucumbers * greenhouse flowers * greenhouse peppers * greenhouse tomatoes * sheep * swine farrow to finish * swine finish Includes data related to: * number of farms * financial measures * financial ratios * production Statistical data are compiled to serve as a source of agriculture and food statistics for the province of Ontario. Data are prepared primarily by Statistics and Economics staff of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, in co-operation with the Agriculture Division of Statistics Canada and various government departments and farm marketing boards.
This table contains 9 series, with data for years 1920 - 1974 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years), and is no longer being released. This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (1 item: Canada); Farm cash receipts (9 items: Total farm cash reciepts, including dairy supplementary payments;Total farm cash receipts;Creamery butter-fat;Cheese milk; ...).
Contained within the 4th Edition (1974) of the Atlas of Canada is a set of four maps showing the value of pig, poultry, egg and dairy farm sales by census division for 1960 to 1961. Each map is accompanied by a supplementary text providing the total value of farm sales for Canada, the provinces and the territories.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows two condensed maps illustrating the division of Canada into agricultural regions based on the percentage of total gross farm revenue obtained from a particular source in 1951. The four primary divisions were made according to specific criteria. For Livestock Specialty divisions 70% or more of the gross farm revenue was from sales of livestock and livestock products. This was divided into three subdivisions: Dairy Emphasis, where sales of dairy products made up over 40% of total sales; Cattle Emphasis, where sales of cattle made up over 40% of sales; and General, where neither dairy products or cattle sales represented over 40% of total sales of livestock and livestock products.
This table contains 11 series, with data for years 1920 - 1976 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years), and is no longer being released. This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (10 items: Canada;Prince Edward Island;Nova Scotia;New Brunswick; ...); Farm cash receipts (2 items: Farm cash receipts from dairy products;Total including supplement payments).
The main objective of this survey was to obtain baseline information regarding the presence and levels of undeclared allergens and gluten in frozen desserts. 598 samples were tested in this survey, and 10 of the samples were found to contain undeclared allergens including the milk protein beta-lactoglobulin (BLG) and casein, as well as gluten, soy and almond. Most positive results indicated the presence of milk allergens in non-dairy frozen desserts. 1 non-dairy frozen dessert containing undeclared milk and 1 dairy frozen dessert containing undeclared almond were deemed to represent a health risk and were recalled.
The main objective of this survey was to obtain additional information regarding the presence and levels of undeclared milk in milk alternative products. Of the 252 samples tested, 6 were found to contain undeclared beta-lactoglobulin (BLG) and/or casein. A single sample of dairy-free chocolate and 2 dairy-free ice cream samples containing both BLG and casein were deemed to represent a health risk and were recalled.
Get the locations of dairy plants registered by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. The intended use of this data is to assist the public and ministry staff to locate licenced dairy plants.