Who We Are
Located in Picture Butte, the heart of cattle country, Alberta Beef Health Solutions has been in business for over 14 years providing high quality veterinary health and production management services to its feedlot clients, both cattle and lamb producers.
These professional services include, but are not limited, to the following:
Animal health and production management services for feedlot cattle and lambs
Pharmaceutical and animal health equipment procurement, prescriptions, and dispensing with feedlot inventory management
Feedlot staff training and monitoring
NECROPSY SERVICESConduct necropsies of mortalities at feedlots to objectively monitor health and welfare and identify ways to improve animal health and performance
Emergency veterinary services including individual animal assessments, treatment, and surgeries
Provincial meat inspection services for emergency slaughters
CFIA regulatory services, including auditing for: US feeder cattle and lamb imports, US fed cattle exports, EU certification.
Research services in-house and 3rd party with industry, universities, governments, pharmaceutical companies
HEALTH & PRODUCTION
Health and production data analysis, monitoring, and reporting
PAACO CERTIFIED CANADIAN FEEDLOT ANIMAL CARE ASSESSMENT PROGRAM
Provide auditing services for PAACO (Professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization) and CRSB (Canadian Roundtable of Sustainable Beef) certification
Special projects for clients including value chain program development and implementation
Development, monitoring, and continual improvement of individual and herd health protocols, performance enhancement protocols, animal welfare protocols, environmental management protocols, low stress cattle handling protocols
Custom producer ordering, vet dispensing, and vet prescription linked apps
Alberta Beef Health Services (ABHS) has a mission to provide client focused veterinary services and expertise in beef cattle production medicine, animal welfare, food safety and field research.
The goal of ABHS is to work with our cattle clients to provide training programs that can give farmers a better way of doing things and to provide herd health programs that are evolving with the industry whether it’s a new vaccine, a better antibiotic or feed additive, or even the way we handle cattle.
We have a large focus on research projects, including partnerships with the government, pharmaceutical companies, and academic partners. At the end of the day we want to see that someone is better at their job and cattle are being better cared for.