Good Agricultural Practices

Get a whole-farm approach covering all aspects of food safety of crop and livestock production. These good agricultural practices will help you to:

  • Assess the risks of your daily farming practices
  • Minimize those risks
  • Customize a program for your individual farm
  • Streamline record keeping and traceability requirements

B.C Good Agricultural Practices Guides

Use these practices to address your risks, determine if written practices are needed and what records are to be kept.

The practices are also available in the following languages:

Training & Support Tools

Use the support tools, how-to guide, templates and examples for writing practices. These examples can be used as is or modified to suit your needs.

Start your on-farm food safety plan

Keep track of which good agricultural practice applies to your operation, what written practices and records are required, and which training needs should be addressed.

These organizations have good information on identifying risks:

Additional Resources

Find more information about food safety issues including risk assessments and best practices.

Horticulture

Education

 

*  Producers are responsible for complying with all relevant federal, provincial and municipal legislation and bylaws that deal with the production of food. Reference to this publication is not a substitute for reference to the legislation itself. Reference to these practices is not a substitute for reference to the legislation itself.

Foodborne Illness

Contact Information

Contact us if you have questions about good agricultural practices and food safety.

Telephone: 604-556-3001
Alternate
Telephone:
888-221-7141
Street
Address:
Abbotsford Agriculture Center 1767 Angus Campbell Road Abbotsford, BC V3G 2M3
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