Beef Cattle Surveillance in Canada

One health for humans, animals and the environment

Beef Stakeholder Map

The Beef Network links the diverse beef
community to encourage and support integrated
and whole-of-system beef health surveillance.
Effective and responsive dairy health surveillance
safeguards the prosperity of Canada’s beef
industry.


The CAHSS Beef Network includes members from
all areas from the Beef Cattle sector, including
Industry, Provincial, Federal, and Veterinary
associations. The purpose of this group is to
encourage sharing of information between Beef
Network members and to allow for a platform
where members can access documents and events.

The Beef Network is part of the Canadian Animal
Health Surveillance System (CAHSS), which
connects animal health, public health and wildlife
health professionals from Canada’s animal sectors.
In addition to the Beef Network, CAHSS member
networks include poultry, swine, aquatic, dairy cattle, and beef cattle. CAHSS members work on diseases
and issues of concern, including reportable and
zoonotic diseases, production limiting diseases
and antimicrobial use surveillance.