Feeder Associations of Alberta

 
 
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 The Feeder Associations of Alberta Limited (FAA) is the "umbrella" organization for local feeder association co-ops and is government's key partner in delivering the program. All 46 local feeder association co-ops are members. FAA has a key role in creating and maintaining partnerships with government, lenders and other industry stakeholders. Specific roles are related to:
  • Establishing vision and direction for the future;
  • Assisting with development of program policies and procedures;
  • Communicating with local associations;
  • Marketing the program to the industry at large; and
  • Liaising with other livestock industry organizations. Establishing vision and direction for the future.
FAA provides an optional livestock indemnity program to local associations that "pools" livestock mortality risk among co-operating associations. FAA also provides co-operative bonding or similar security for local association staff.

For more information, refer to the Feeders Association of Alberta Homepage




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This information published to the web on May 1, 2007.
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