NSCP PRODUCER OF THE YEAR . . . MARITIME ANGUS ASSOCIATION AGM . . . THREE BILLION GALLONS OF FRACKING WASTEWATER PUMPED INTO CLEAN CALIFORNIA AQUIFIERS . . . SPANS PRODUCER OF THE YEAR . . .
OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST...
NSCP PRODUCER OF THE YEAR
The Board of the Nova Scotia Cattle Producers is happy to announce that starting in 2015 we will be naming an annual “Producer of the Year” award. The objective of the award is to annually recognize a Nova Scotia beef producer or dealer for the outstanding contributions they make to the provincial cattle industry. The award recipient will be selected by a committee based on an established set of criteria. (read more)
MARITIME ANGUS ASSOCIATION AGM
Just a reminder of our Annual Nova Scotia Angus Association meeting: next Sunday November 23, starting at 2 pm in the community room of the Fundy Trail Sobeys store on Robie Street, Truro, N.S. Please let Betty Lou Scott know if you are able to attend. She plans to order some “munchies” for the meeting so she needs to know how many to expect. The meeting will probably not be very long; with no junior show or major event coming up in 2015 we will have a very basic agenda. Discussion of our Angus shows and participation in them will be one topic we need input on. (read more)
THREE BILLION GALLONS OF FRACKING WASTEWATER PUMPED INTO CLEAN CALIFORNIA AQUIFIERS
Source: Zero Hedge
Dear California readers: if you drank tapwater this morning (or at any point in the past few weeks/months), you may be in luck as you no longer need to buy oil to lubricate your engine: just use your blood, and think of the cost-savings. That's the good news. (read more)
SPANS PRODUCER OF THE YEAR
Source: SPANS The Board of the Sheep Producers Association of Nova Scotia is happy to announce that starting in 2015 we will be naming an annual “Producer of the Year” award. The objective of the award is to annually recognize a Nova Scotia sheep producer for the outstanding contributions they make to the provincial sheep industry. The award recipient will be selected by a committee based on an established set of criteria. (read more)
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