1 edition of Alberta"s equine manufacturing and service index. found in the catalog.
Alberta"s equine manufacturing and service index.
|Contributions||Alberta. Dept. of Economic Development -- International Trade.|
|LC Classifications||SF278.5 .A43 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||85194179|
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The most common breed of horse in Alberta is the Quarter Horse, with over 55% of owners having at least one member of the breed. They are followed by Arabians (22%), Thoroughbreds (%), and Paints ().
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A similar BC Horse Industry Study was conducted in and provides important information to compare with the results of the study. The number of people involved in horses and the number of farms housing horses have increased over the last decade (5% and 10% respectively).
The Alberta Activity Index regained momentum in February. It improved % month-over-month to nearly recover all the lost ground after taking a dip in November The increase was attributed to solid gains in the labour market and general business activity, along with an uptick in energy sector.
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