Monthly Archive

June 2014

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 15 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
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Fight Continues for Shelterbelt Centre

This spring, HELP International received a license to operate the Shelterbelt Centre in Indian Head, but CEO Rodney Sidloski says the Federal Government have made it all but impossible to run the farm... read more..

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Cigi Board Pleased With New Hire

The chair of the board of directors for the Canadian International Grains Institute (Cigi) says they felt "very lucky" to have Manitoba Senator JoAnne Buth apply for the job of CEO for Cigi. The fo read more..

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$1 Million for the Cattle Industry

Ottawa and Saskatchewan are trying to beef up the cattle business. The governments and the industry have announced almost one million dollars for two projects. One will involve doing an economic asse... read more..

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Seeding Gains Momentum

Rain continues to delay seeding progress for many producers, warm dry weather is needed for seeding to be completed. Despite the late start and the delay in crop emergence, Saskatchewan Agriculture read more..

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Pizza Farming near Moose Jaw

Technically, you can't just grow a pizza, but the ingredients needed to make one can be grown on the farm. It's a fun and delicious way to get more young people interested in agriculture. Val Panko,... read more..

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CCA Meets in Moose Jaw

The Canadian Cattlemen's Association held their Town Hall meeting this past Sunday in Moose Jaw. President Dave Solverson says the cattle industry is in good shape right now, though that being said, ... read more..

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"Emerging Markets" at 101st Sask Stockgrowers Association AGM and Convention

Livestock producers across Saskatchewan will gather for the Saskatchewan Stockgrowers Association's 101st annual general meeting and convention next week. There will be discussions on topics includin... read more..

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New Rail Regulations To Be Written

Now that the federal grain transportation bill has received Royal Assent, the regulations supporting the rail legislation have to be developed. The effectiveness of Bill C-30 will be determined thr read more..

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Southwest Leads in Seeding

The severe weather in recent weeks will put a pause on seeding operations in much of Saskatchewan, but conditions for the next few days appear favourable for farmers who still need to get the crop in.... read more..

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Back to Ag Program Helping Injured Farmers

An accident on the farm can happen in seconds and have devastating effects. Chances are you know or heard of someone injured in a farm accident. A new social media campaign called BACK TO AG is desig... read more..

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Canola Major Exporter

Canola is the number 1 revenue-generating crop on many farms and is one of a number of crops going into the ground this year. Bruce Jowett, the Vice President of Market Development with the Canola Co... read more..

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Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program Renewed

Federal Ag Minister Gerry Ritz was in Saskatoonto announced the government's plans to renew the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program or CAAP for another 5 years. Under the program, over $50 milli... read more..

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High Beef Prices Reach Meat Counter

The amount of money Canadians are spending on beef appears to be holding steady, despite rising prices at the meat counter, says a senior market analyst with the George Morris Centre. Cattle produc read more..

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Considerations Before Broadcast Seeding

The delayed start to the growing season might have some farmers considering broadcast seeding their canola. "Whether this is a good idea is anyone's guess, but it has the potential to work out well read more..

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Ag Operators Spraying and Scouting Module Registration Open

Getting qualified help on the farm during busy times can be a challenge. The new Agricultural Operator Program at the Parkland Regional College at Yorkton is helping to provide key training for poten... read more..

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