CCWG Shareholders can download the 2018 Annual Report.
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The CCWG Shareholder dividend cheques and the Shareholder Wool Shipper Loyalty Reward Program Coupons are now in the mail.
December 1, 2018 – Calgary, Alberta
The Canadian Sheep Federation (CSF) is pleased to announce the election of Allan Ribbink as Chairman of the Board at the 2018 Annual General Meeting.
Allan Ribbink, along with his wife Marlene and their son Cody operate a sheep and cash crop farm in Tiverton, Ontario. Their daughter Cailey works off the farm. The Ribbink’s have been involved in Canada’s sheep industry since 1979. “I look forward to working with the CSF Board and staff implementing the organization’s new strategic plan, focused on unifying the industry and helping improve results for the entire value chain” said Mr. Ribbink following the adjournment of the CSF’s 2018 Annual General Meeting.
The CSF Executive Committee has a number of newly elected members this year including Morgan Moore (MB) as Vice-Chair, Liezel Kennedy (SK) as Secretary and Sheri Schweb (BC) as...
The CCWG recently held Management and Board of Director meetings
at the 100th Annual General Meeting in Carleton Place & Almonte,
Ontario on October 18th – 20th, 2018
The 2018 elected Board of Directors are as follows:
President - David Mastine, St. Felix de Kingsey, QC
1st Vice President - Lee E. Sexton, Hanley, SK
2nd Vice President - Allan E. Ribbink, Tiverton, ON
- Roma H. Tingle, Prince George, BC
Additional Directors on the Board are as
Warren L. Moore, Stavely, AB (Audit Committee)
Ward Harden, Fir Mountain, SK (Audit Committee)
Ruth Mathewson, Central North River, NS (Audit Committee)
Gary J. Fox, Bloomfield, ON
Brian W. Greaves, Miniota, MB
For the fiscal year ending February 28, 2018 the co-operative recorded gross sales of almost 10.4 million which represents an increase of 2.5% from the previous year. Net income of $425,599 from all business operations was...
In the last 12 months fine wools from all origins have achieved unprecedented record prices although at the time of this writing prices have pulled back for most microns in the last couple of weeks. Unfortunately the crossbred and broader wools which are much more plentiful in supply have been left behind for the most part and have only recorded marginal increases compared to the previous year.
The growth in fine wool prices can be attributed to two main factors. There is major concern regarding future available supply due mainly to ongoing Australian drought in most of the major wool producing states. This has resulted in decreased production ie lower fleece weights due to feed shortages and reduced sheep numbers. For the 2018/19 season it does not look any better with the current forecast of a 5.7% reduction in the Australian wool clip.
As always, China is playing a major role in influencing the market due to the...
Following the recent retirement of James McNeely, Carleton Place Wool Superintendent, the following promotions at the Carleton Place Wool Grading Warehouse become effective today October 24, 2018.
Nathan Pappas-Barabe & Patrick Lamothe will work together and assume equal responsibilities as wool graders and warehouse supervisors. Daily wool grading will be completed on a rotating basis by each grader.
The warehouse staff supervisor duties will include overseeing logistics’ such as shipping, receiving, lot sorting, wool coring, health and safety etc. All warehouse wool grading staff will report directly to Nathan and Pat.
À la suite du récent départ à la retraite de James McNeely, contrôleur en chef de la laine à Carleton Place, les promotions suivantes à l'entrepôt de classement de la laine de Carleton Place entrent en vigueur aujourd'hui le 24 octobre 2018.
Nathan Pappas-Barabe et Patrick Lamothe vont travailler ensemble et assumer des responsabilités égales en tant...
Recently she competed at the Culcairn Shearing & Wool Handling Competition, placing 1st in the Novice Division.
She also competed in the Walbundrie Strong Wool Shearing Competition and placed 2nd in the Novice Division.
(Allison Preston – on left in both pictures)