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All mammals are thought to be susceptible to rabies, a fatal zoonoses caused by a Lyssavirus. While rabies occurrence is a rare event in PEI, the objective of the PEI Domestic Animal Rabies Exposure Guideline is to provide guidance in the event of a possible animal rabies exposure to domestic...
What is stray livestock?, Under the PEI Stray Livestock Act “livestock” means (i) cattle, horses, sheep, swine, goats, or (ii) animals of a class or type designated in the regulations as livestock. and defines stray, or at large, as livestock that is not under the direct or continuous control of...
2023 Cereal Seed Guide to variety selection for planting cereals
Through a new and expanded agriculture recycling program, farmers can keep even more plastics out of landfills. PEI is the first province in Atlantic Canada with a regulated extended producer responsibility (EPR) program for agricultural plastics, which started December 1, 2022. Through programs...
The intake of applications for the On-Farm Electrical Interruption Assistance Program is now, closed., The On-Farm Electrical Interruption Assistance Program will assist farms in the purchase and installation of a backup electrical generator required during the prolonged power outage caused by...
2022 Agriculture Market Report compiled each week for livestock and crop prices
Current Ag Market Report:, December 1, 2022, Compiled Annual Ag Market Report:, 2022 Ag Market Report 2021 Ag Market Report 2020 Ag Market Report 2019 Ag Market Report 2018 Ag Market Report 2017 Ag Market Report 2016 Ag Market Report 2015 Ag Market Report, Other Agriculture Market Reports, Atlantic...
: The application intake for the Winter Cover Crop BMP will, close on December 2, 2022 The Beneficial Management Practices Sub-Program will support the implementation of BMPs (for eligible BMPs see Appendix A of this document) on a cost-shared and/or per acre funding basis. , Who is eligible for...
If you suspect a disease outbreak in your herd or flock, it is important to take the necessary steps to minimize and prevent the spread of disease within your herd / flock and to other herds / flocks or susceptible species. The following is a series of actions to take within the first 48 hours.,...
This document outlines a Small Ruminant and Camelid Disease Emergency Response Plan that could be enacted immediately following suspicion of a disease. A working group comprised of industry and government representatives has used PEI (cattle, swine, and poultry) and Nova Scotia response plans as a...