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Find information about pest control programs available through SARM.
Learn more about animal health monitoring and funding available to assist with veterinary and laboratory costs.
The Food Safety Systems Program (FSSP) helps Saskatchewan non-federally registered meat slaughter and meat processing facilities maintain and enhance food safety.
Eligible cattle, hog and sheep industry groups can access programs to teach producers and truckers biosecurity principles.
The Saskatchewan Livestock Traceability Rebate provides funding for livestock handlers to adopt traceability technologies.
Information on funding for meat processors for improvements to the humane handling and stunning of livestock and poultry.
This program provides funding to provincial commodity groups to implement OFFS systems.
The Saskatchewan Premises Identification (PID) system facilitates linking livestock and poultry to geographic locations for planning and responding to animal health issues and emergency response.
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