Open Government Portal
Found 10 records similar to Agricultural Regions
Farm cash receipts measure the gross revenue of farms from the sale of products (livestock and crops), and from direct program payments to producers.
This products provides information on Alberta Farm Cash Receipts from the Sales of Livestock during the 30-year period. Total Livestock Market Cash Receipts of Cattle and Calves, Hogs, Sheep and Lambs, Supply Management, Honey, and Other Livestock and Products is included.
This Product provides information on the Value of Agricultural Production in Alberta from 2009 to 2014. Total Tonnes of Crop Production; Average Farm Value (dollars per tonnes); the Value (dollars) of Production by Crop Types and by Livestock and Livestock Products; the Total Gross Value ($) of Agricultural Production; and the Yearly Percent (%) Change of 2014 from previous year 2013 are included.
Get a list of Ontario facilities dealing in the over-the-counter sale, distribution and use of specified livestock medicines. In Ontario, livestock owners may purchase a class of drugs, known as livestock medicines, from retail outlets for use in their own animals. These medicines do not require a veterinary prescription. Their sale is regulated under the Livestock Community Sales Act which requires outlets obtain a license and are subject to Ministry inspection.
Get a list of facilities selling livestock by public auction in Ontario, including name, address, county and class. The Livestock Community Sales Act and Regulation 729 allows for of the sale of consigned livestock within communities in Ontario. Legislation exists to provide confidence in an orderly market, disease control, monitor the humane handling of livestock and ensure the financial stability of the licensed operator.
This product provides information on Farm Cash Receipts by Type, Alberta during a 30-year period. It includes type of farm cash Market Receipts (Crops, Livestock and Livestock Products), Program Payments, Total Farm Cash Receipts; Percent Change from previous year; and Percent of Total Farm Cash Receipts.
In British Columbia, there are over 100 Livestock Districts, Bull Control Areas and Pound Districts established by regulation under the Livestock Act. Livestock Districts, with minor exceptions, are areas where livestock may run at large within the district boundaries. Bull Control Areas are areas within Livestock District, in which Bull Control Committees may make rules respecting the number, breed, breeding, quality and age of bulls allowed to run at large. Pound Districts are areas where keepers, peace officers and others may impound animals at large, and allow for the sale of unclaimed impounded animals and the reimbursement of the keeper.
Farm product prices, crops and livestock, by province (in dollars per metric tonne unless otherwise noted). Data are available on a monthly basis.
This table contains 24 series, with data for years 1951 - 1985 (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); Crop and livestock production (12 items: Total index;Total crops;Other crops;Grains; ...); Sub-indexes of crop and livestock production (2 items: 1971=100;1981=100).
Get statistical data on the number of livestock (cattle, pigs, sheep and lamb) on Ontario farms.