Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Vitamin Supplementation for Cattle

By Colby Elford, PAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, Moose Jaw Vitamins are a very important part of beef cattle nutrition and are crucial for...

Brush Control on Pastureland

By Kelly Cochrane, PAg, Range Management Extension Specialist, Weyburn As we move into the winter grazing season, now may be a good opportunity to evaluate...

Green Foxtail

By Kaeley Kindrachuk, B.App.Sc., TechAg, Crops Extension Specialist, Outlook Green foxtail is a widespread weed across the prairies and producers have been trying to control...

Marketing Your Grain

By Michael Brown, AAg CCA, Crops Extension Specialist, Humboldt Harvest 2020 has finished well ahead of schedule in most of Saskatchewan thanks to a hot,...

Dairy Farmers Disagree With Critical Report

Source: Ed White, producer.com, October 30th, 2020 Dairy Farmers of Canada are pleased to see the benefits of supply management recognized in the Supply Management...

Regulation Changes Bring New Training Requirements for Livestock Transporters

By Janelle Smith, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, Tisdale Regional Office In 1977, the federal government released the ‘Health of Animals Regulations: Transport of Animals’...

Manitoba Farmers Frustrated by ‘No Net Loss’ Approach To Wetlands Rules

Source: Robert Arnason, producer.com, October 27th, 2020 The new rules streamline the approval process for managing small and temporary wetlands. Last October, Manitoba’s government adopted a...

Know Your Enemy – Perennial Sow-Thistle

Lately, perennial sow-thistle (Sonchus arvensis) plants have been easy to find. In Saskatchewan, this weed is designated as a Noxious Weed under The Weed...

How Did Your Forage Establish?

By Al Foster, PAg, Range Management Specialist, Tisdale Fall is a good time to check the establishment of new forages that have been planted with...

Annual Crops for Grazing, Silage and Greenfeed

Integrating annual forage crops provides additional feed security and flexibility for livestock feeding operations. Whenever you introduce livestock to new feed, care must be taken...
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