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Livestock Producers Encouraged To Get Feed Tests

This year’s dry conditions have left some livestock producers looking for more feed. Regional Livestock and Feed Specialist, Leah Clark says with some shortages of perennial forages producers a... read more..

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Autonomous Technology Coming To Fields In The Next Five Years

The rapid change in crop protection technology was one of the topics presented at the Farm Forum Event in Calgary. On Wednesday, December 5, Warren Bills with Xarvio Digital Farming Solutions shared ... read more..

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Investment in Irrigation Spurs Economic Activity

The power outage didn’t darken the Saskatchewan Irrigation Conference in Moose Jaw yesterday. Participants gave their presentations by candlelight without the use of technology. The lights wer... read more..

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Strong Voter Interest in SaskCanola Election

SaskCanola announcing the results of its 2018 director election. There were 1,159 verified and counted ballots; that’s a 35% increase in voter participation compared to the 2016 director electi... read more..

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Agribition Posting Strong Numbers for 2018

The numbers are finally in and organizers are pleased. Over 126,000 people took in Canadian Western Agribition this year. Highlights include more than 9,400 students and teachers taking part in the ... read more..

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#WorldSoilDay

Farmers have the opportunity to take to Twitter today to talk with Agriculture and Agri-food Canada Scientists. It’s World Soil Day and AAFC Scientists will be available from 1 pm till 2 pm tod... read more..

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Pulses a Key Part of the Premier's Trade Mission to India

Premier Scott Moe says last week’s trade mission to India was fruitful. He says they talked with Indian officials about a number of topics including pulse tariffs, the issue of fumigation and P... read more..

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Lewis Re-elected As APAS President

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan held their AGM last week in Regina. Todd Lewis was re-elected as President of the organization. He has been an APAS Representative since 2006 read more..

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Irrigation Conference Begins Today In Moose Jaw

The 23rd Annual Irrigation Saskatchewan Conference is taking place in Moose Jaw. The conference focuses on the activities of the Saskatchewan Irrigation Projects Association and the Irrigation Crop D... read more..

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Stock Growers Beef Drive Helps Saskatchewan Food Banks

A key campaign for the Saskatchewan Stock Growers and Food Banks around the Province is the Third Annual Beef Drive. Producers donate cull animals for processing with the meat then donated to Food Ba... read more..

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MacAulay Reaches 30-Year Milestone

Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay is celebrating 30 years as a Member of Parliament. He's served in the PEI riding of Cardigan since November 21, 1988. "Looking back, it's been a flash.... read more..

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Strong International Interest At Agribition

Another edition of Canadian Western Agribition is in the books. Bruce Holmquist is finishing up his two-year term as President of the organization. In the wrap-up press conference he said once again... read more..

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RBC Beef Supreme Challenge

The RBC Beef Supreme Challenge is the highlight for cattle exhibitors at Canadian Western Agribition. The show features the Grand Champions of all breeds not only at Agribition but from 16 major live... read more..

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Canadian Western Agribition Scholarships Awarded

Each year Canadian Western Agribition hands out a number of post-secondary scholarships. The Canadian Western Agribition Scholarship awards $2,500 to students with a history of involvement in Ag... read more..

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BMO Celebrating Women In Ag Winner Shannon McArton

BMO’s Celebrating Women In Agriculture Award Winner this year is Shannon McArton. The grain farmer from Dilke has a consulting business and has worked with the Pedigreed Seed Industry, as well ... read more..

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Premier Leaves For Trade Mission To India

Premier Scott Moe leaves today for a week-long trade mission to India. Moe will meet with government and industry officials to promote and encourage trade and investment opportunities between the Pro... read more..

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Canadian Western Agribition Welcomes Alpaca's

The Alpaca’s were a big hit at Canadian Western Agribition. Carol Poole has Tiger Lily Ranch at Edam and Chaired the Saskatchewan Premier Alpaca Halter Show this week. She says Alpaca’s are known read more..

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Canadian Bison Association Sale At Agribition

The Canadian Bison Association held its 26th Annual Show and Sale this week at Canadian Western Agribition. A total of 79 animals were sold in the video auction with prices down from last year. Heif... read more..

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Mexican Interest in Canadian Genetics At Agribition

Canadian Western Agribition is known as a showcase for some of the best livestock genetics in the world. Rafael Ramirez Gonzalez has Posta El Cuatro a major livestock operation in Acatic in Jalisco, ... read more..

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Former Premier's A Hot Ticket At Canadian Western Agribition

Food, Fuel and Free Trade was the focus of a panel discussion on Tuesday to a sold out crowd with Brad Wall and Frank McKenna at Canadian Western Agribition. Former Premier Brad Wall says the Federal... read more..

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The Texas Longhorn's Are Back At Canadian Western Agribition

A Texas Longhorn trophy steer from the U-S is attracting a lot of attention at Canadian Western Agribition. He’s owned by Kristopher Johnson from I M Bar Longhorn Ranch from Big Horn, Wyoming. ... read more..

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Burning Of The Brand Opens Canadian Western Agribition

Former Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz took part in the Burning of the Brand to mark the official opening of Canadian Western Agribition. Agribition President Bruce Holmquist says Gerry Ritz ... read more..

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Canadian Western Agribition Funding Renewed

The Federal and Provincial Government announced up to $500 thousand dollars in funding for Canadian Western Agribition to support their work with international buyers and developing markets. Saskatch... read more..

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CFA President To Step Down Next Year

After holding the position for nearly nine years, Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) President Ron Bonnett has decided not to run again when his term expires next February. He says he's pleased... read more..

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Texas Longhorn Trophy Steer At Agribition

The Texas Longhorns are back at Canadian Western Agribition. It has been 24 years since the breed has been seen at Agribition and there's a lot of excitement with the breed being back at the show. L... read more..

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Canadian Western Agribition Opens Today

Today marks the start of Canadian Western Agribition! Agribition is known as the premier livestock event in North America and will showcase about 2000 head of livestock.   CEO Chris Lane says ... read more..

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Momentum - Advancing the Bison Legacy

Momentum - Advancing the Bison Legacy is the theme for the Canadian Bison Association’s 35th Annual Convention underway in Regina. The National Bison herd is currently at about 150 thousand ani... read more..

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Viterra To Buy Assets Of Gardiner Dam Terminal

The Board of Directors at Gardiner Dam Terminal have announced plans to sell the company to Viterra. Viterra currently owns 50% interest in the grain handling facility operations. The sale includes ... read more..

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Producer Grading Schools

SaskCanola, SaskBarley, and Sask Wheat are holding a couple of Producer Grading Schools next week. Grading Schools are set for Tuesday, November 27 in Swift Current and Wednesday, November 28 in Humb... read more..

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Oversupply Of Hogs Creating Downturn In Prices

Pork producers in western Canada have been seeing a recent downturn in forward hog contract prices. Tyler Fulton is the director of risk management with Hams Marketing Services. "We're just under a ... read more..

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