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This table contains 14 series, with data for years 1951 - 1981 (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: Newfoundland and Labrador); Type of livestock (14 items: Total cattle;Bulls;Cows for milk;Cows for beef; ...).
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 Slaughter Cattle Prices, for a ten year period. Comparison of Steers, Heifers, Cows D1/D2 and D3, Feeder Cows and Bulls Prices per 100 Lbs Live; and monthly prices for the most recently published year are included.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows six condensed maps illustrating the distribution of: slaughtering and meat packing plants; wheat flour mills and grain elevators; creameries, cheese factories, combined butter and cheese factories, concentrated milk and other dairy product factories (mainly ice cream); bakeries; fruit and vegetable canneries; and breweries, distilleries and wineries. These maps are based on data that was available as of the 1958 publication date of this atlas plate.
This table contains 176 series, with data for years 1972 - 1992 (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 (11 items: Canada;Newfoundland and Labrador;Prince Edward Island;Nova Scotia; ...) ;Type of grain consumption (16 items: Total grain consumption;Milk cows;Bulls;Milk heifers; ...).
Census of Agriculture, 2021. Number of cows, bulls, heifers, steers and calves.
Census of Agriculture, 2011 and 2016. Number of cows, bulls, heifers, steers and calves.
Get a list of provincially licensed non-shopkeeper distributors transporting fluid milk products in Ontario. The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs shares responsibility for the province's production, transportation, processing, packaging and distribution of cow and goat milk (and milk products), with federal and municipal governments and industry. This dataset includes business name, address, phone number and licence number of licensed transporting fluid milk products in Ontario.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a map that shows seven condensed maps showing the distribution of areas devoted to growing fodder, hay, corn for silage, sugar beets, potatoes, vegetable crops, orchards, and tobacco circa 1951. The hay map includes all cultivated hay, including alfalfa sown alone but excluding oats and other grains for hay. For the vegetable map, the crops include cabbage, carrots, beans, peas, onions, sweet corn, tomatoes, asparagus, beets, cauliflower, celery, lettuce, and spinach but exclude potatoes, turnips, swedes and mangolds. Except for Newfoundland, the vegetables were grown mainly for sale.
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.