Monthly Archive

2014

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Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Disease Threatening Beef and Swine Herds

The Saskatchewan Pork Development Board has received a $260,000 investment from the Federal Government to help control two diseases that are threatening beef and swine herds in Canada. The research read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Medicine Hat Beef Pen Show Results

Saskatchewan 4-Hers do well at the Medicine Hat Beef Pen Show December 19th & 20th, 2014 Purebred Breeders Commercial Open Heifers: Champion – Glendar Angus, Mankota, SKReserve – Glendar Angus, Mank... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Agriculture Canada Discussions on Irrigation in Saskatchewan

The Water Security Agency and Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Agriculture and just beginning discussions with Agriculture Canada on transferring federally owned dams to the Province. Dale Hjertaas is the ... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

No Easy Fix To Cold-Weather Rail Problems

Last winter's extremely cold temperatures were a wake-up call for the railways. The freezing conditions were a major contributor to the grain backlog that occurred. Paul Miller, an adjunct professor ... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Canada Continues Reform Of Grain Sector

On Tuesday, the federal government introduced in the House of Commons the Modernization of Canada's Grain Industry Act. The bill will build on major reforms made in 2012. One of the changes would al... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

NFU Wants Western Provinces To Purchase CWB

The National Farmers Union (NFU) is asking the governments Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and BC to get involve in the federal government's handling of the sale of the CWB. The NFU wants the west read more..

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Sale at Heartland to Support Arnal Bursary

The sale of three bred heifers at Heartland Livestock Services in Swift Current will support a bursary established to honour the lives of three young boys in the southwest. Blake, Sean and Lyndon A read more..

Agriculture News

Large Production Means Lower Futures Numbers

The large production numbers of wheat and canola in Statistics Canada's latest report is probably going to have a negative effect on the futures markets says the weather and crop specialist with CWB. ... read more..

Agriculture News

Hay Auction Raises $50,000 for Foodgrains Bank

The local Canadian Foodgrains Bank Growing Project is extremely pleased with the results of last Wednesday’s hay auction. This year, the committee decided to involve local livestock producers in the ... read more..

Agriculture News

Producers Encouraged to Change Operations at Foraging Into the Future

Kit Pharo of Colorado was a keynote speaker at the Foraging into the Future Conference in Swift Current. Participants in the Foraging into the Future Conference in Swift Current heard how to reduce f... read more..

Agriculture News

CCA Disappointed with US COOL Appeal

The Canadian Cattlemen's Association says it's ready to work with the federal government on retaliatory tariffs if the US does not comply with the latest WTO ruling on COOL. Director of Government an... read more..

Agriculture News

Cereals Canada Welcomes Extension of Grain Volume Requirements

Cereals Canada is welcoming the federal government's announcement that grain volume requirements will be extended until March of 2015. President Cam Dahl says the move signifies that the government i... read more..

Agriculture News

APAS AGM Underway in Moose Jaw

APAS President Norm Hall. The first day of the Annual General Meeting of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan was held at Mosaic Place on Tuesday. "It is very intense but it also v... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Verified Beef Production Meetings This Week

Another round of Verified Beef Production Workshops are beginning this week across Saskatchewan. The workshops are Canada's on-farm food safety program for beef, and are designed to uphold consumer c... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Federal Government Extending Grain Volume Requirements

Last year's crop will be on the move, says the federal government The Federal Government is extending the railways' minimum grain hauling mandate, but has lightened the load. CN and CP Rail will be ... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Agribition In Home Stretch

If you haven't been to Canadian Western Agribition yet, you are running out of chances. The week-long farm show wraps up on Saturday, and so far, there has been a lot of excitement on the grounds and... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

US Appeals COOL Ruling - Canada Reacts

The Canadian government has reacted to Friday's announcement by the United States that they will appeal the WTO compliance panel's latest decision on the US Country of Origin Labelling (COOL) policy. ... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Rodeo Queen From Mortlach

Lexi Hicks is the 2014 High School Rodeo Queen Monday marked the High School Rodeo Finals at Canadian Western Agribition in Regina. Young Cowboys and cowgirls from around the province provided some ... read more..

Agriculture News
Brent Manke

Agribition Branded Bench Sold

This branded bench raised close to $1000 for STARS The pine panel from Monday’s Burning of the Brand at Canadian Western Agribition raised money for a good cause at the Winner's Circle Auctioneer Com... read more..

Agriculture News

Countdown to Agribition

Canadian Western Agribition, which runs next week in Regina, is known as Canada's premiere livestock event, but over the years, it’s grown and expanded into a full agricultural showcase. CEO Marty read more..

Agriculture News

FCWB Updating Producers on Lawsuit

Farmers who have been following the Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board class action lawsuit will have a chance today to get an update on the case. FCWB Chairman Stewart Wells will be giving producer... read more..

Agriculture News

Successful Trade Mission to China

Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz has completed a successful trade mission to China. Minister Ritz joined Prime Minister Stephen Harper and a delegation of Canadian Ministers and business leaders on th... read more..

Agriculture News

Crop Insurance

Farmers are being reminded about the Crop Insurance deadline coming up on November 15th. This year’s challenging harvest resulted in some yield and quality loss issues for some producers. When produ... read more..

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Agriculture Report from BMO Economics

The latest Agricultural report from BMO Economics shows grain prices continue to see downward pressure and are unlikely to rebound any time soon. Economist Aaron Goertzen says it’s a different scenar... read more..

Agriculture News

Canadian Cattle Demand Continues To Grow

CCA President, Dave Solverson. Canadian cattle producers continue to ride the wave of high demand and high prices for their product. However, Dave Solverson, President of the Canadian Cattlemen's As... read more..

Agriculture News

Hursh Spoke at Farmer Appreciation Event

Kevin Hursh took the stage at the Sky Centre Friday night. Ag consultant and journalist Kevin Hursh spoke to a sold-out crowd at the Swift Current & District Chamber of Commerce's first-ever Farmer A... read more..

Agriculture News

Saskatchewan Agriculture Releases Final Crop Report of the Season

Saskatchewan Agriculture has released its final crop report for the season. The bulk of the harvest is over however, there are still some crops like flax, canary seed and sunflowers left to bring in.... read more..

Agriculture News

Federal Ag Minister Reacts to Class Action Lawsuit

The Federal Ag Minister is disappointed the class action lawsuit against Ottawa over the CWB is being taken to the Supreme Court. Gerry Ritz who is on a trade mission to China released a statement sa... read more..

Agriculture News

Canadian Western Agribition: Parking

Parking will be at a premium but shouldn’t be a big issue for those heading to Canadian Western Agribition this year. Work on the new football stadium at Evraz Place is well underway which means park... read more..

Agriculture News

Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board Class Action

The Farmers involved in the Friends of the Canadian Wheat Board class action lawsuit have decided to appeal the latest ruling to the Supreme Court of Canada. In mid-October the Federal Court of Appea... read more..

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