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BC Purebred Sheep Breeders' Association offers information and resources about
Purebred Sheep in British Columbia, Canada

National Farm Animal Care Council Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Sheep - Contact us for your copy

New Members Always Welcome!

The purpose of the Association is to encourage
a general and constant improvement in sheep breeding
and a better organization of the interests of
Purebred Sheep Breeders of the Province.

  • BCPSBA By encouraging education, communication, promotion and dissemination of information by and among sheep producers of the Province.
  • By holding or assisting to hold competitive exhibitions and sales.
  • By co-operation with the B.C. Ministry of Agriculture and Food and Food and Agriculture Canada.
  • By holding meetings to discuss matters of importance to the sheep industry of the Province.
  • By co-operation with the Exhibition and Live Stock Association and Societies to advance the interests of the Live Stock industry generally, with special reference to the interest of the sheep industry.
QUICK LINKS

National Farm Animal Care Council Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Sheep - Contact us for your copy

From The Flock - Monthly Newsletter For the Canadian Sheep Industry cansheep.ca

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Canadian Cooperative Wool Growers (CCWG)

Canadian Farm Animal Genetic Resources Foundation

Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

Canadian Livestock Records Corporation (CLRC)

Canadian Sheep Federation

Scrapie Canada

2013 4H CHAMPION EWE LAMBS WHAT'S HAPPENING?

Bulkley Valley Exhibition
Amanda Stella

Creston Fall Fair
Ada Browne

Cranbrook and District Fall Fair
Andrea Lockhart

Salmon Arm Fair
Sdney Hogg

Coombs, Saanich and
Cowichan Fairs

Hilary DeMooy

Comox Valley Exhibition and
Port Alberni Fall Fair
Shelby Meaden

Cobble Hill
Rebecca Knight

Chilliwack Fair
Moniek Middelbur

CSBA members may use a double tagging system with two tags approved and bearing the official identification number under the Canadian Sheep Identification Program as an alternative for tattooing registered sheep. PDF

RFID Tagging Videos

Membership Application Form PDF or doc

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