Source: ,, March 8, 2018 

WINNIPEG, March 8 (CNS) – After a winter spent waiting for snow, farmers across the southern Prairies were happy when the forecast was right and Western Canada received a late winter snowstorm.

“We’ve heard moisture’s coming before and it doesn’t show up or it goes around us. So when it started snowing and it started adding up it was a pretty good feeling,” said Terry Anthony, director with the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan and mixed grain farmer south of Moose Jaw, Sask.

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