Source: William DeKay,, May 16, 2019 

“Black,” is how Rob Danychuk described pasture conditions in a region of central Saskatchewan ravaged by fire.

It’s been more than a week since fire burned a large grazing area and wildlife preserve southwest of Biggar.

Fuelled by wind, the cause unknown, the fire took four days to extinguish. It has left cattle producers scrambling for alternative forage and pastureland and destroyed the historic Argo Bush, home to wildlife and winter recreation.

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