Monday, October 18, 2021

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2021 Crop Diagnostic School

By Mike Brown AAg, CCA, Crops Extension Specialist, Humboldt For the second year in a row, the Ministry of Agriculture’s crops extension specialists held Crop...

56 Percent of Provincial Crops Now In

Producers have made tremendous progress as 56 per cent of the crop is now in the bin, up from 36 per cent last week,...

Cooling Grain in Bins

With harvest in full swing, in a year of such hot dry conditions, cooling grain is an important practice to use on your farm....

High Nitrates a Concern in Stressed Forage Crops

By, Jordan Johnson, M.Sc., Agri-Environmental Specialist, Swift Current Maddy Lazurko, AAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, Swift Current With much of the growing season on the...

Harvest Continues to Progress Quickly

Despite the recent rainfall delays that many producers experienced, harvest continues to progress quickly this week. It has advanced substantially in the northern regions....

Producers Can Apply for AgriRecovery September 1st

Agriculture Minister David Marit has announced details of the AgriRecovery program, now known as the 2021 Canada-Saskatchewan Drought Response Initiative. Producers can submit applications toward...

Crop Report For The Period Of August 17 To 23, 2021

Rainy, cool weather throughout the province delayed combining progress this week. Harvest progressed to 29 per cent complete, up from 20 per cent last...

Government Agriculture Commitments Reflected In First Quarter Update

Saskatchewan’s deficit is up $126.5 million due to significant agricultural support of over $700 million to address wide-spread drought conditions. Higher expenses are offset somewhat...

SaskPower Increases Funding for Farmyard Line Relocation Program

SaskPower has more than doubled the funding towards the Farmyard Line Relocation Program in order to better serve farmers.  Funding has increased from $2 million...

Manitoba Grain Farmers See Surge in Prices

Source: Skylar Peters, globalnews.ca, January 18, 2020 Wheat and corn are seeing a huge resurgence. While nearly all Manitobans are hoping for a more positive 2021...
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