Value Chain

Livestock Resources : Value Chain Case Study (Canadian)



Value-added Succession- a potato case from New Brunswick
This case highlights the Albright Family farm and move up the value chain. It demonstrates how the use of crop knowledge enabled them to create a potato-distribution company, purchase the family farm and integrate a new potato chip brand.
http://agcanada.com/Article.aspx?ID=37207


Adding Value to Fresh Pork.
An assessment of a pork value chain, and how it could be improved. M. Gooch, D. Laplain, and A Felfel. Value Chain Management Centre.
http://www.valuechains.ca/documents/Pork%20Case%20Study%20Final.pdf


Adding Value to Lamb.
An assessment of a lamb value chain, and how it could be improved. M. Gooch, D. Laplain, and A Felfel. Value Chain Management Centre.
http://www.valuechains.ca/documents/Lamb%20Case%20Study%20final.pdf


Agri-food Alliances Which Work: Cooperating to Compete
Presented to BeefNet Conference Meat & Livestock Australia, Sydney, Australia. Executive Brief. Darrell Toma, Toma & Bouma Management Consultants. June 18, 1999. A summary of ways in which agriculture and food businesses can work together.
http://www.tomaandbouma.com/publications/doc_download/5-agri-food-alliances-which-work.html


Atlantic Tender Beef.
Canadian beef producer & consumer co-ops expanding market for home-grown meats. An Eastern Canadian beef value chain. By Tomm Webb.
http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/rbs/pub/jul05/Atlantic.htm


Canadian Prairie Bison's European Value Chain.
Agriview July/Aug. 2007 Article describing the Canadian Prairie Bison value chain.
http://www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca/AgriView_JulyAug2007_web-9


Value Chains as a Long Term Profit Strategy.
Review of value chains throughout Canada and around the world. By Jerry Bouma, Toma and Bouma Management Consultants. 1999.
http://www.banffpork.ca/proc/2001pdf/Chap12-Bouma.pdf


Value Chains in the Agri-Food Sector.
What are they? How do they work? Are they for me? Includes a case study of an elk velvet antler value chain.By Jill E. Hobbs, Ann Cooney, and Murray Fulton. Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan. September 2000
http://www.usaskstudies.coop/pdf-files/valuechains.pdf


Veal value chains: a win-win approach,
Description of veal value chain in Ontario on Food and Farming Canada website.
http://www.foodandfarmingcanada.com/2007/11/06/veal-value-chains-a-win-win-approach/


Why Raise Sheep in Saskatchewan.
Article describing the Canadian Prairie Lamb Inc. value chain. Factsheet. Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food.
http://www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca/adx/aspx/adxGetMedia.aspx?DocID=556,143,135,81,1,Documents&MediaID=9379&Filename=Why+Raise+Sheep+in+Saskatchewan-+Printer+Friendly.pdf

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