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CBGW Julie Stitt Panel

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This is a presentation from the Canadian Bovine Genomics Workshop held in Calgary, Alberta on Sept.14, 2009. …

This is a presentation from the Canadian Bovine Genomics Workshop held in Calgary, Alberta on Sept.14, 2009.
The workshop was the first step in developing a national bovine genomics strategy for Canada.

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  • 1. ALMA Alberta Livestock & Meat Agency Ltd. Canadian Bovine Genomics Workshop September 14, 2009 Calgary, Alberta
  • 2. Canadian Beef Breeds Council Canadian Bovine Genomics Workshop September 14, 2009 Calgary, Alberta Panel: “How do we deliver on the promise of genomics to build value in the Canadian Beef Brand and Value Chain” Participant: Julie Stitt for Canadian Beef Breeds Council CBBC/BIXS: beef information flow initiative
  • 3. CBBC/BIXS: Responding to CCMDC Strategic Marketing Plan, which:
    • Details the industry’s plan to recover and expand markets around the world for Canadian beef and genetics
    • Signature element: global branding: Canadian Beef Advantage (CBA)
    • Objectives:
          • Expand and secure access to diverse portfolio of international markets for all products
          • Differentiate Canadian beef from competitors based on leadership in:
            • Animal production
            • Health and beef safety
            • Beneficial image of Canada and Canadian producers
            • Specific advantages of Canadian beef products and services
  • 4. Value-add of the purebred sector
    • As a foundational partner in CCA BIXS, the participation of the purebred sector
    • Contributes:
    • Involvement of 17 Breed Associations and close to 10,000 purebred producers;
    • DNA of Canada’s 600,000 purebred breeding females; genetic diversity
    • Offers:
    • Single source information system; access to animal production, pedigree and DNA profiles
    • Standardized information and knowledge-based
    • Strong sector support; commitment to genetic improvement
  • 5. Objectives of CBBC/BIXS
    • Identify and increase the demand for superior genetics quality
    • Link through an information sharing network
    • Reduce risk and increase profitability, quality and global competitiveness
    • Coordinate with CBBC Purebred Risk Assessment Project – business tools support access/application of financial and genetic data
    • Avoid duplication; build on successes and existing value chain initiatives; complement industry and government efforts
  • 6. Beef Value Chain CBBC BIXS Packers Feedlots Producers CCIA IT Groups/ Industry Partners The CBBC beef value chain initiative is primarily funded through the Canadian Cattlemen Market Development Council (CCMDC) Breed Associations/ Branded Beef Programs/ Producers Genomic Centres/ Companies
  • 7. CBBC/BIXS micro site Canadian Beef Breeds Council CBBC/BIXS Overview Requirements to Participate Value-Added Services News Canadian Beef Breeds Council │ Beef InfoXchange System Genome Alberta Genome Quebec Genome BC Ontario Genomics Genome Atlantic Genome Canada University of Alberta  University of Calgary University of Saskatchewan University of Guelph University of British Columbia University of Toronto McGill University MMI Genomics Inc. Quantum Genetics Pfizer Merrial/Igentity Genome Prairie SRC – BovaCan Laboratories  DNA Landmarks Maxxam Labs  NRC/PBI Go Welcome, Guest │ Login Now Search Jump to Select a CBBC location About CBBC/BIXS │ FAQs │ Purebred Producers │ Cow Calf Producers/Feedlots/Packers │ CBBC/BIXS Partners │ Genomic Links │ Contact Us
    • Site Links
      • CBBC Home
      • Search CBBC
      • Site Map
      • Report a Website Bug
    • The Cattle Zone
      • Beef Information Centre (Producers)
      • CanFax
      • Canada Beef Export Federation
      • Canadian Beef Grading Agency
      • Canadian Cattle Identification Agency
      • Canadian Beef Breeds Council
      • Canadian Food Inspection Agency
      • Canadian Meat Council
    Coming Soon
  • 8. CBBC/BIXS portal
  • 9. Data / Information of Value Uploaded to BIXS* Cow-Calf Feedlot Packer / Processor Birthdate Pen # Slaughter Date Breed / Cross Sale Group # Packer Carcass ID Colour ADG Full Period Hot Carcass WT Dam / Sire Reg# ADG Short Keep Grade Fat Wean Date / WT Vaccine Histories Carcass Quality Grade Castration Date / Method Cert. Immunization Prog. Carcass Yield Grade Brand / Location Parasitics Ribeye Area Dehorn Date / Method Implants Electronic Grading Data Vaccine(s) Date / Brand Names Antibiotics Marbling W/ Qual Grade Cowherd Vacc Status Ionophores Avg. Carcass Backfat Parasite Control Animal Health Score 1-5 Yield Percentage Cert. Immunization Prog. Branded Beef Programs Lean Meat / Sale Meat Yld Branded Beef Program VBP Implants Weight Out Group Avg. Ionophores Weight Out Indiv. Antibiotics Certified Organic Cert. Organic Feed Type Breakdown Transport Co. Feed Conversion - RFI VBP Genetics/Genomics
  • 10. Building value in the Canadian Beef Brand and Value Chain – Next Steps
    • Coordinate efforts
    • Ensure global competitiveness and long-term sustainability
    • Define data ownership/sharing/management
    • Review technical status/requirements for seamless data interface
    • Define requirements for standardization based on CCIA unique animal identifier
    • Through use of genomic tools - identify and supply new/ niche markets
    • Assurance of data integrity, security, confidentiality
    • Implement communication/education strategy
    • Ensure flexibility as technology and available tools advance i.e. genomics, proteomics , and bioinformatics
    Thank you. I welcome your questions

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