March 8, 2018: Click on the following link to view a Manitoba Farm Safety Program press released - Farm Safety is not Gender Specific 


March 1, 2018: Click on the following links to view the December 2017 CSF ED Report and January 2018 CSF ED Report


February 28, 2018: Please click the following links for communication materials from the Canadian Animal Health Institute regarding changes to accessing antimicrobials

Cover Letter & Poster


November 24, 2017: Canadian Sheep Federation Expands Membership Opportunities Press Release


November 23, 2017: Pink Ketchum Kurl-Lock #3 tag (OVI-07-01) revoked from CSIP effective immediately Press Release


September 2017: There have been several cases of bovine anaplasmosis detected in Southeastern Manitoba: Information Notice


September 15, 2017  Pink Ketchum Kurl-Lock tag to be revoked from CSIP by end of October News Release


September 5 2017 GLANVAC®6 Now Available from Zoetis Canada News Release


September, 2017  'From the Flock' Canadidan Sheep Federation Newsletter: September 2017


April 7, 2017  Stay updated with Manitoba  Flood Bulletins


March 1 2017 CSF Introduces new CVS Program


May 26 2016 - The Green Gold reports are now available for Eastern, Central, and Western/Interlake. Green Gold Reports


May 4 2016 -Boehringer Ingelheim Canada Ltd receives approval for Metacam® 20* for the alleviation of pain and inflammation in sheep: Read More


April 15, 2016 CCWG Announces price decrease for Shearwell CSIP ASET Tags 

February 1 2016  Small Ruminant Import Policy Change   

February 4 2016   Oral Suspension for the Treatment of Barber Pole Worm Infection in Sheep        


 Sept 4 2015 - Bluetongue Confirmed in Ontario

Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs

On August 7, 2015, samples collected from an animal in an Ontario abattoir as part of the national Bovine Serological Surveillance program returned a positive result for Bluetongue serotype 13. The positive animal did not show any clinical signs of the disease prior to slaughter. On September 2, 2015, follow up testing on the farm of origin, which is located in southwestern Ontario, detected two other positive animals. None of the animals had ever left the farm nor were there any US import animals on the premises. 

To Read more on this follow the Link Bluetongue 


Effective April 1, 2014, anaplasmosis will be removed from the list of federally reportable diseases and placed on the list of immediately notifiable diseases.

Fact Sheet
Notice to Industry


2014 - March 5, 2014 -A new farming venture, Canada Sheep and Lamb Farms is launched.
Read more.


January 10 2014- Bayer HealthCare Announces Baycox® 5% (toltrazuril) Oral Suspension Approved for Sheep in Canada
Read More.


May 24 2013  Changes to Scrapie Flock Certification Program


 May 14 2013 - The Canadian Lamb Producers Cooperative has finally received the long awaited Exemption Agreement to sell membership and investment shares to lamb producers across Canada. Read more.


April 5 2013- Anthrax Program Changes - Read Notice to Industry Information about Anthrax can be found on this MAFRI fact sheet as well.


February 12 2013 -New Food Safe Farm Practices Online Training Modules Launched
Guelph, Ontario – The Canadian Sheep Federation is proud to announce the release of new online training modules for the Canadian Sheep and Lamb Food Safe Farm Practices Program. Click here to read more


January 2013 FREE Problem Predator Program is Announced. Read more.


January 2013- How to import sheep from the U.S. - Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Requirements for Importing Small Ruminants from the U.S. Click here.


 October 2012 -MASC includes sheep under Stocker Loan Program. MSA is pleased to advise that after our consultation with the Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation (MASC) they have adjusted their programming so sheep producers can now apply to purchase feeder lambs or for a cash advance on their own lambs under the MASC Stocker Loan program.
For more information on these loans, please contact your local MASC lending representative, or visit the website at


August 13 2012 - Guelph, Ontario - News of a federal government investment of up to $86,000 for the sheep industry's On-Farm Food Safety Program was applauded today by Andrew Gordanier, Chairman of the Canadian Sheep Federation (CSF). Read


June 6 2012 - Increase in compensation for non registered sheep. Increase in amount payable for compensation for non registered sheep; $300 to $825. Read more.