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Found 10 records similar to Other livestock inventories on farms, Census of Agriculture, 2021
Census of Agriculture, 2011 and 2016. Number of horses and ponies, goats, llamas and alpacas, rabbits, bison, elk, deer, wild boars and mink.
This data identifies all provincially licensed abattoirs, abattoirs that conduct further processing, freestanding meat plants, and plants that specialize in the slaughter of the following animals across the province of Ontario: * alpaca, llama * beef * buffalo, yak * deer, elk * emus, ostrich, rhea * goats, lamb, sheep * pigs * veal, light calves * chicken, fowl * ducks, geese * fancy poultry * rabbits * turkey A map showing all provincially licensed meat plants in Ontario is also available. For more information on meat inspection in Ontario, please visit the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affair’s website. Each dataset contains the following data: * plant name * plant number * contact information * latitude and longitude coordinates * animal class
This table contains data on whole and partial condemnation and slaughtering from 2015 to 2022.
This table contains data on whole and partial condemnation and slaughtering from 2015 to 2022. The data is also classified by its Slaughter Class: Cattle, Swine, Chiken, Spent layer hens, Ducks, Geese, Rabbits, Spent Breeder hens, 5 kg and under, Bison, Elk, Goats, Horses, Lambs, Llama/Alpaca, Mature turkey, over 11 kg, over 5 but no more than 7 kg, over 7 but no more than 9 kg, over 9 but no more than 11 kg, Sheep, and Wild boars.Field Names (Field Alias): Field description.SlaughterFigureID (SlaughterFigureID): unique indexed number assigned to each record in the database.BodyPart (BodyPart): code for the different body parts affected in partial condemnations.CondemnationReasonCode (CondemnationReasonCode): code for all the different reasons for condemnation.CondemnationType (CondemnationType): This identifies whether the condemnations are either Whole or Partial.SlaughterYear (SlaughterYear): Year when the slaughter occurred.NumberSlaughtered (NumberSlaughtered): Total number of animals slaughtered during the indicated period of time.NumberCondemned (NumberCondemned): Total number of animals condemned (whole) or total number of parts of animals condemned (partial) during the indicated period of time.SlaughterClass (SlaughterClass): Species or class of the animal or part of the animal condemned.Quarter (Quarter): Number of the quarter. - January to March – 1 - April to June – 2 - July to September – 3 - October to December - 4QuarterYear (Quarter/Year): Corresponding quarter and year.
This data breaks down bull elk, cow elk and total harvest numbers by: * elk harvest area * calendar year Harvest numbers are based on mandatory reports received from elk tag holders. These are absolute numbers and are not statistically projected as with the bear, deer, and moose hunting activity and harvest estimates.
Contribute to wildlife management. Have your samples tested. In order to help us obtain information about CWD prevalence in the province, hunters can drop off heads from deer, elk, moose, and caribou at the following locations (see map below). PLEASE NOTE: Each self-serve drop-off site contains a kiosk and a chest freezer.
This table contains information about 11 animal types associated with assigned cases in the Manitoba Animal Welfare Program. This table contains information about animal types, grouped into 11 categories, associated with assigned cases in the Manitoba Animal Welfare Program for each year, starting in 2016, to the most recent quarter. This data is populated by the Provincial Animal Welfare Database for the Manitoba Animal Welfare Program. It is displayed in the Manitoba Animal Welfare Program – Animal Types chart.
Aquatic Animal diseases are of significant importance to aquatic animal health and to the Canadian economy. Anyone who owns or works with aquatic animals and knows of or suspects a reportable disease is required by law to notify the CFIA. If a reportable disease were to be detected, the CFIA would begin an investigation. The CFIA updates Canada's health status in real time, at the national and provincial levels, as mandatory notifications of aquatic animal diseases are confirmed.
This report marks the centennial of the discovery of gold on Rabbit Creek which led to the famous Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. Placer mining activity during the years 1995, 1996 and 1997 are described in detail.
Special licences are used in situations where a species (e.g, Elk) could not withstand the hunting pressure of a general season, or where they are need to meet a specific management goal (e.g., the goal in the antlered mule deer draw areas is to develop and maintain a more balanced age structure in the herd). A special licence allows a hunter to hunt the type of big game animal (e.g., antlerless elk) in the area (a WMU, a group of WMUs, or a portion of one or more WMUs) specified on the licence. This dataset displays the special licence boundaries for both residents and/or non-residents for the following species type: Antlered and Antlerless Elk, Antlered and Antlerless White-tailed Deer, Antlered and Antlerless Mule Deer, Antlered and Antlerless Moose, Calf Moose, Mountain Goat, Non-trophy and Trophy Sheep, Non-Trophy and Trophy Antelope, and Merriam's Turkey. While every effort is made to ensure that the information is accurate and up to date, it is the sole responsibility of the hunter to ensure they are legally able to hunt within a given area and to comply with the Wildlife Regulations and Act.
Animal registrations of both male and female Dairy Cattle and Goats from Artificial Insemination Sires and Embryo Transfers.
Canadian Livestock Records Corporation and/or Breed Associations as compiled by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Animal Industry Division.