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Canadian Livestock Genetics Association coaxes $1.22 million out of federal government.

Parliamentary ag secretary Pierre Lemieux on Wednesday announced the funding for the Canadian Livestock Genetics Association (CLGA) while attending the annual meeting for the Dairy Farmers of Ontario.

The money, flowing from the AgriMarketing program, is to help pay for “a variety of targeted international market development initiatives to increase the volume and the value of dairy cattle, embryo and semen exports, and raise awareness of our top quality Canadian genetic programs around the world.”

The CLGA represents cattle, embryo and semen exporters and breed associations on market access and animal health issues for producers in both national and international markets.


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