CCA President Martin Unrau on Community Pastures, the Canadian Cow Herd & COOL

This year’s International Livestock Congress gave producers a chance to gather together to talk about some of the industries big issues. The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association hosts the event that covers a wide range of industry topics from global economic issues all the way to individual efforts toward sustainable production.

Martin Unrau is President of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association. RealAgriculture spoke to him about a number of producer issues including the release of the community pastures, the state of the Canadian cow herd and the latest developments regarding COOL.

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