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2017 Livestock Breeders Guide

Welcome to Small Farm Canada’s Livestock Breeders Guide. You’ll find information on livestock organizations, associations, breeders and suppliers from across Canada.

By Janet Wallace


Associations & organizations

Rare Breeds Canada
Rare Breeds Canada’s mission is to make Canadians more aware of their agricultural heritage and, through education and niche marketing, involve them in conserving endangered breeds of farm livestock and poultry.
RR 1, Nesbitt, MB R0K 1P0

Canadian Livestock Records Corporation
A national pedigree service for purebred and non-purebred livestock in Canada. The organization is incorporated under the Animal Pedigree Act, which is federal legislation that regulates the keeping of all animal pedigree records in the country.
2417 Holly Lane, Ottawa ON K1V 0M7

Dairy Cows

Ayrshire Breeders’ Association of Canada
Originating from the mountainous regions of the Ayr county in Scotland, these red and white cows have high milk production and the lowest somatic cells count in Canada. They have, easy calvings and are adapted to variable environmental conditions, even difficult ones.
4855, boul. Laurier Ouest, Saint-Hyacinthe, QC ?J2S 3V4 450-778-3535

Canadian Brown Swiss and Braunvieh Association
Hardy and rugged, these quiet, docile tempered cows are ideally suited for either the family-sized farm or large commercial operations.
7660 Mill Rd. Guelph ON N1H 6J1

Canadian Guernsey Association
The first Guernseys arrived in Canada unintentionally. Guernseys were being taken by ship from ?the Island of Guernsey (a Channel Island off the coast of France) to New England, when rough seas forced a landing in Nova Scotia. The residents were so impressed by the cattle that asked the Federal Minister of Agriculture to import these easy tempered, golden cattle.
7660 Mill Rd. Guelph, ON N1H 6J1
519-836-2141 guernseycanada.ca

Canadian Milking Shorthorn Society
Efficient converter of feed to milk, especially pasture and other forages, and cows producing in excess of 9000 kgs of milk per 305 days on low-input management. Easy calving, great longevity, very quiet or quiet temperament, and low somatic cell score.
203 Ferry Road, Cornwall, PEI C0A 1H4

Holstein Association of Canada?
Box 610, Brantford ON N3T 5R4

Jersey Canada
350 Speedvale Avenue West, Unit #9, Guelph ON N1H 7M7

Beef Breeds

Canadian Beef Breeds Council
165, 6815 – 8th Street N.E. Calgary AB
T2E 7H7 403-730-0350

Canadian Angus Association
292140 Wagon Wheel Blvd, Rocky View County AB T4A 0E2
403-571-3580, 1-888-571-3580

Canadian Blonde d’Aquitaine Association
Blondes are noted for their high rate of gain which leads to above average weaning weights and one of the best feed conversions in the feedlot, making them a very profitable animal.
c/o Canadian Livestock?Records Corporation*

Canadian Charolais Association
A great choice for producers calving on grass and wanting more from their cows.
2320 41 Ave NE Calgary, AB T2E 6W8

Canadian Dexter Cattle Association
The Dexter breed, which originated in Ireland, is a small, hardy, dual-purpose animal. It produces excellent beef and milk, and is an ideal suckler cow for conservation grazing.
c/o Canadian Livestock Records?Corporation*

Canadian Gelbvieh Association
Well-balanced, long-bodied and well-fleshed beef breed, originally from Germany. Gelbvieh cattle have strong, well-placed limbs which stand on dark, hard hooves. While originally a horned, light brown, Gelbvieh producers have also introduced polled and black genetics into the breed.
5160 Skyline Way NE, Calgary AB T2E 6V1

Canadian Galloway Association
Galloways, Belted Galloways and White Galloways all come in black, dun or red.The well-balanced, long-bodied and well-fleshed cattle have strong, well-placed limbs which stand on dark, hard hooves.
c/o Canadian Livestock Records Corporation*

Hays Converter Association
Hays Converter is the first beef breed developed by a Canadian livestock producer which was recognized as a pure breed. The cattle are large, well-fleshed and long-bodied with strong legs and good feet. The cows mature early, breed early and produce outstanding calves regardless of the breed of the sire.
201-1600 – 15 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB
T3C 0Y2? 403-245-6923

Canadian Hereford Association
Practical cattle for practical cattle producers. The cattle are maternal, economical, easy-going, fertile, adaptable, dependable, convenient, versatile, longevity, hardy, docile and profitable.
5160 Skyline Way NE Calgary AB T2E 6V1
403-275-2662 or 1-888-836-7242

Canadian Limousin Association
Imported to Canada in 1968 from France, Limousin is one of the five major breeds in the country. A leading breed for carcass quality, the animals quickly acclimatized to Canadian conditions and management.
#13, 4101-19 Street NE Calgary AB
T2E 7C4? 403-253-7309 or 1-866-886-1605

Canadian Lowline Cattle Association
Lowline Cattle were developed from the Angus herd. They have excellent beef characteristic including taste, texture and tenderness as well as exceptional ribeye area per hundred weight. They are easy calving and very feed-efficient maintaining themselves well on grass alone.

Canadian Maine Anjou Association
5160 Skyline Way N.E. Calgary AB T2E 6V1
bóng đá trực tuyến www.maine-anjou.ca

Canadian Shorthorn Association
Box 3771, Evraz Place, Regina,?Saskatchewan S4P 3N8 Canada

Salers Association of Canada
Easy calving, vigorous calves, good mothering, hybrid vigour and greater profitability.
5160 Skyline Way NE, Calgary AB T2E 6V1
403-264-5850 salerscanada.com

Canadian Simmental Association
#13 – 4101 – 19th St. NE Calgary AB T2E 7C4
403-250-7979 or 1-866-860-6051

Canadian Speckle Park Association
Speckle Park are a combination of the genetics of three breeds from England and Scotland: Teeswater Shorthorn, Aberdeen Angus and English cattle with the white park pattern. Speckle Park have high quality carcass, calving ease, vigorous calves, a calm disposition and hardiness.
PO Box 773 Crossfield, AB T0M 0S0
403-946-4635 canadianspecklepark.ca


Canadian Bison Association
Box 3116, Suite 200, 1660 Pasqua St.,
Regina SK S4P 3G7 306-522-4766

Donkeys and Mules

Canadian Donkey and Mule Association


Canadian Haflinger Association
The Haflinger is a native horse of Austria, evolving in the village of Hafling in the Tyrolean area of the Alps. The Haflinger is believed to have originated when an Arab stallion was used to settle a mountain pony. Haflingers are long-lived, easy keepers that do well on little or no grain and limited hay or pasture. Haflingers work diligently in the bush or fields, pulling a surprising amount of weight when compared to the larger breeds of draft horse. Haflingers also excel at combined and pleasure driving.

Canadian Horse Breeders Association

Canadian Shire Horse Association

Clydesdale Horse Association of Canada
395 Foxbrook Road, R.R. 2 Hopewell, NS B0K 1C0 902-923-2600

Irish Draught Horse Society of Canada
29324 Marsh McCormick Road, Abbotsford, BC V4X 2B4? 604-302-1199

Newfoundland Pony Society
This critically endangered breed owes its origins to the earliest settlers who brought a variety of mountain and moorland ponies from Europe. This hardy, gentle, loyal and lovable pony is an example of a landrace animal that bred and evolved naturally without any human interference until modern times.
P. O, Box. 8132, St. John’s, NL, A1B 3M9

Welsh Pony & Cob?Society of Canada


Canadian Cashmere Producers Association
Cashmere goats have been bred and used in Central Asia for hundred of years. ?The cashmere is the extremely fine, soft under down these goats ?grow, and it is highly prized for the making of incredibly soft, light and warm garments.
600 Kilmalu Rd Mill Bay, BC V0R 2P2

Canadian Goat Society
449 Laird Road, Unit 12, Guelph, ON N1G 4W1

Canadian Meat Goat Association
449 Laird Rd., Unit 12, Guelph, ON N1G 4W1

Naquabi Boer Goats
Boer goat breeding stock (CAE negative)Raising boer goats since 2007. Constantly striving for excellence while maintaining a high level of service for customers.

Llama and alpaca breeds
Canadian Llama and Alpaca Association
2320 41 AV NE Calgary, AB T2E 6W8
403-250-2165 or 1-800-717-5262

Lake Breeze Alpacas
Purebred Huacaya Alpacas
Award winning, double registered?alpacas for sale: including bred females. Packages available.


Canadian Sheep Breeders’ Association
RR #2, Site 7, Box 46, Bluffton, AB, T0C 0M0

Canadian Charollais Sheep Association
The Charollais breed is a medium-sized, heavy sheep, with dense fine/medium wool. A first class terminal sire, that when crossed with a number of ewe breeds, will produce lean, fast growing, quality lambs at all weights. Charollais ewes are prolific and will lamb at 180-200%.

Canadian Dorper Sheep Association
Easy lambing, no shearing sheep with low susceptibility to internal and external parasites. The rams make excellent terminal sires.

Canadian Katahdin Sheep Association
The Katahdin is a heavy muscled, medium-sized, easy-care meat type sheep that does not require shearing .
2417 Holly Lane, Ottawa, ON K1V 0M7

Canadian Texel Association
The Texel originated on the Isle of Texel off the coast of The Netherlands, crossbred with British imports, notably Lincoln and Leicester Longwool. A sheep that produces heavily muscled lambs with?a superior eating quality lean meat.
1-800-GO TEXEL

Olde English “Babydoll” Miniature Southdown Registry
Babydolls are a small, docile breed perfect for both small and large farms.
For information on the breeder,?or to find a breeder:?oldeenglishbabydollregistry.com


Canadian Swine Breeders’ Association
408 Dundas Street, Suite 2, WoodStock, ON ?N4S 1B9 519-421-2354

Leeway Berkshire
Berkshire breeding stock and?market hogs.
leecollingu@gmail.com 204-750-2915

Ivanleigh Farms
Canadian Kunekue Pigs
24 diverse genetic lines, breeding?stock and meat pigs.
info@ivanleighfarms.com 613-921-5454


Anstey Hatchery Ltd
Meat chickens, layers, turkeys and waterfowl.
2717 Cleveland Ave. Saskatoon SK S7K 3R2
306-242-1033 or 306-665-1033

Beau Peep Farms
Extensive selection of day-old chicks and other birds.
50526 Yale Road, Rosedale, BC V0X 1X2

Berg’s Hatchery
Meat chickens, layers, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, turkey and specialty breeds.
Box 547 Russell, MB R0J 1W0

Cirrus Hill Farm Heritage Poultry
Std. White Chantecler, Beltsville Small White Turkey, as well as various heritage dual-purpose duck breeds. Fertile eggs expertly shipped to all provinces.

Frey’s Hatchery
Poultry for the family farm
Suppliers of quality chicks,?turkeys, ducks, pheasants and?ready-to-lay pullets.

Heritage Chickens
“Rare Poultry Conservancy Program” was started involving six breeds of chickens, maintained unselected, that played a part in the evolution of the poultry industry.
Poultry Research Centre,?University of Alberta 780-492-6221

Little Red Hen Hatchery
Family-based business, situated?in Maple Ridge, BC.

Murray McMurray Hatchery
Chicks, ducklings and goslings which can be shipped to Canada.
P.O. Box 458, 191 Closz Drive,?Webster City, Iowa 50595
515-832-3280 or 800-456-3280

Nova Free Rangers Chicks
Breed: Nova Brown
European meat bird, proven for free range, hardy and ranges well.
Superior taste and meat texture.

Performance Poultry
In Prince Edward County in South Eastern Ontario, the source of many varieties of day old fancy and production poultry.
RR#1 Carrying Place, ON K0K 1L0

Rochester Hatchery
Broilers, layers, dual-purpose breeds, heritage chicken breeds, turkeys?and pheasants.
9420 109 Street, Westlock AB, T7P 2R4
bóng đá trực tuyến rochesterhatchery.com

*Canadian Livestock Records?Corporation
2417 Holly Lane, Ottawa ON?K1V 0M7
1-877-833-7110 or 613-731-7110