Annually, the Canadian Sheep Breeders’ Association offers a $500 scholarship to a student enrolled in a post-secondary educational institution. The Canadian Sheep Breeders’ Association will consider applicants who:
The board of the CSBA will review applications and the recipient will be notified in mid- October. Payment will be made when the applicant supplies proof of enrolment in a second semester.
Annuellement, la Société canadienne des éleveurs de moutons offre une bourse de 500 $ à un étudiant poursuivant des études postsecondaires. La Société canadienne des éleveurs de moutons considère les candidats qui :
Les membres du CA de la SCÉM étudieront les demandes et le récipiendaire sera avisé vers la mi-octobre.
Le paiement sera effectué une fois que le demandeur aura fourni la preuve de son inscription à un second semestre.
Please use the online form below to submit your application.
Applications must be received by October 1, 2024
Veuillez utiliser le formulaire en ligne ci-dessous pour soumettre votre candidature.
Les demandes doivent être reçues au plus tard le 1er octobre 2024.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Catherine Sylvestre from St-Damase, QC. She is attending the Univesity of Laval and is working towards her Master's Degree in Animal Science. She is actively involved in the sheep industry and had completed an internship in both agricultural production and research. She says that "thi
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Catherine Sylvestre from St-Damase, QC. She is attending the Univesity of Laval and is working towards her Master's Degree in Animal Science. She is actively involved in the sheep industry and had completed an internship in both agricultural production and research. She says that "this is the opportunity for me to learn more in research, to dig deeper into certain knowledge already acquired and certainly, to find solutions to the different problems that producers may encounter in order to help the sheep sector to progress."
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Jackson Corner from Caledonia, ON. After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree from the University of Guelph, he is hoping to start a career as an Agricultural Consultant providing assistance and advice to farmers in multiple aspects of farm management, which includes livestock and plant nutrition, crop rotation, soil composition, cultivation, and marketing.
Along with his aspirations of starting his own consulting firm, Jackson hopes to run a small farming operation specializing in the production of elite show cattle and sheep.
Le conseil d'administration de la SCEM est heureux de féliciter Laurie Girard de Saint-Césaire, QC.
Après l'avoir complétée son Baccalauréat en agronomie animale a l' Université Laval , ses ambitions sont de trouver un emploi en recherche qui serait en lien avec la production ovine et aussi de reprendre la ferme familiale de ses parents pour continuer de participer activement au développement des races North Country Cheviot et Border Cheviot. La génétique s'intéresse beaucoup et elle aimerais continuer à participer aux expositions agricoles avec ses moutons.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Andrew Gentes from Battleford SK. Andrew is studying for a Bachelor of Science at the University of Saskatchewan and is hoping to have an impact on life systems and the health of people once he completes his Biology degree. Andrew also has had his own flock for many years and is actively involved in the sheep industry.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Ashley Miller from Hillsdale, Ontario. Since a young age, Ashley wanted to become a vet, where her heart lies with large animals, especially sheep and goats. Ashley says "Agriculture is my main passion, it has been for as long as I can remember, working in agriculture and helping as many animals as I can will forever and always be my dream." She is currently enrolled at the University of Guelph in the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Program.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Jalen Thurgood from Salmon Arm, BC. She attended an All Canada Classic where she showed and groomed for other farms and also purchased her first ewes for her Hampshire flock. She has helped educate local families in sustainable agriculture and the importance of knowing where your food comes from. She says that being responsible for her own flock has helped better understand the needs of producers and being able to see things from their perspective. She believes that this will help in her chosen career path as a large animal veterinarian.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Megan Jamieson from Mount Pleasant, Ontario. Megan has has a strong love for animals since a very young age and wanted to reach for that dream job where she could help them live long, healthy lives. After completing 1 year of vet school, in Michigan, she became very interested in theriogenology (reproductive medicine). This is a crucial area of importance for a successful farm and she felt was lacking in resources for sheep farmers in Ontario. Her dream is to promote animal welfare and contribute to the improvement of the agricultural industry.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Morgan Passmore from Sherbrooke. Quebec She is attending MacDonald College where her goal in her career path is to become an agronomist and help farmers offer the best feed possible for their animals and to help produce food crops for our ever growing population. She feels with climate change and less land available for farming but more mouths to feed this is going to be a challenging and exciting career!
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Amélie Blanchard from L'Épiphanie, QC. She is in her second year of Agronomy, with a major in animal production at Université Laval, Québec where she will specialize in small ruminants. Amélie developed her passion for agriculture while working on the family farm Ferme Agneaux des Champs, where they breed Rideau Arcott. After her studies, she will pursue her involvement on the family farm.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Travis Dow from Metcalfe, Ontario. Travis is in his second year of a Bachelor of Science degree at Trent University in Peterborough, ON. He is actively involved in 4-H and both he and his family run Three D Suffolks, making Travis the 5th generation of the Dow family to own registered sheep.Travis plans to pursue a career in teaching in a rural community where he can continue to raise a flock of registered sheep.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Janessa Henry from Upper Musquadoboit, NS, who is this year’s recipient of the CSBA scholarship. Janessa is in her final year of Agriculture (Animal Science major) at Dalhousie University, Truro, NS. Janessa has been involved in 4-H for 9 years and has her own flock of Suffolk sheep. On top of planning to expand her purebred sheep flock, Janessa is considering additional studies in agriculture through a Masters and PhD, or working in the meat sector.
The CSBA board of directors is pleased to congratulate Jessica Walker from Langley, BC, who is this year’s recipient of the CSBA scholarship. Jessica is in her first year of Nursing at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC. Jessica has been involved in 4-H for 11 years and has her own flock of sheep called Song Hill Suffolks. Upon graduation, Jessica hopes to return to her flock and family farm, and support the rural community with her nursing skills.
Tamara is in her second year of Agriculture at Dalhousie University where she is studying Animal Science. Tamara plans on becoming a veterinarian and is committed to a life in agriculture and raising sheep. Her family raises a small flock of Dorset and Rideau Arcott sheep and she has been actively involved in 4-H (sheep and dairy) for five years.
Marleen Palsson owns a flock of 15 registered Hampshire ewes and 30 Suffolk x Hampshire ewes. She is in her 3rd year at the University of Saskatchewan, where she is studying animal science. Marleen’s extensive 4-H experience has given her an advantage in her animal science classes. She hopes to work in nutrigenomics (or other genetic research) in sheep and/or cattle when she completes her degree.
Emily Mastine is in her final year of Farm Management and Technology at the MacDonald campus of McGill University. She has worked on beef, dairy and sheep farms, as well as being active in 4-H. After completing her degree, Emily plans to build a career in agriculture and hopes to assist her dad (Larry) in their own flock expansion.
The board of directors is pleased to announce that Hannah Porteous is the recipient of the CSBA scholarship. Hannah is finishing her 4th year at the University of Guelph, where is studying animal biology and she plans to apply to veterinary school later this year. Hannah was raised on a purebred sheep farm near Chatsworth, ON where she has demonstrated leadership in agriculture by acting as president of the local 4-H Sheep Club for three years, winning the Ladies Lead competition at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair and by being elected as the director for the University of Guelph’s annual College Royal’s Livestock Show. Hannah has also participated in, or assisted with, the All Canada Sheep Classic and the Ontario Suffolk Sheep Association’s Terminal Sire Sale. Congratulations Hannah!
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