Monthly Archive

September 2014

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 12 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Agriculture News

Hard Work Begins to Re-Establish Korean Beef Market

The new free-trade agreement between Canada and Korea is expected to be very important for the beef industry. Korea was a $40-million market for Canadian beef in 2002, the year before the first case ... read more..

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2015-16 Farm Credit Canada Ag Safety Fund Applications Open

Applications are still open for the 2015-16 Farm Credit Canada Ag Safety Fund. This year, a total of $100,000 will be awarded to successful applicants to deliver tractor and machinery safety training... read more..

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Canadian Canola Soon to be Tariff Free

Canadian canola will soon see tariff-free access to South Korea. the signing of the Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement this week will see Korea’s current 5% tariff eliminated when the agreement takes ... read more..

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CN Facing Fines

The Federal Government has dismissed complaints from CN Rail this week. CN is facing fines for failing to ship the required minimum amounts of grain as ordered under the new Fair Rail for Grain Far read more..

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Global Abundance of Grains and Oilseeds Hurts Markets

Harvest results have so far been outstanding in the US, says the director of marketing for CWB. Neil Townsend says there have been some really strong yields on the corn front, while good results are ... read more..

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Farmers of North America Grain Project

Farmers of North America is asking farmers to express their interest in investing in and building a farmer-owned grain-handling and fertilizer distribution company. Bob Friesen with Farmers of North ... read more..

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Farm Stress Line Aiding Rural Saskatchewan

As harvest is in full swing, the Farm Stress Line remains a useful tool for anyone in rural Saskatchewan seeking help dealing with stress or any type of conflict. Executive Director of the Mobile Cri... read more..

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Bayer CropScience Will Open New Wheat Breeding Centre

There was a ground breaking ceremony this week near Saskatoon. Bayer CropScience broke ground on its new Wheat Breeding Centre, just 25 minutes Southwest of the city in the RM of Montrose. Dr. Marcu... read more..

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New Online Safety Tool Gathers Farmers Feedback

(Photo: CCHSA) A new online tool has been developed by the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association that that will allow farmers to voice equipment safety concerns. Once the producer has filled out read more..

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Projected Returns Higher in New PROs

CWB has released its Pool Return Outlooks (PROs) for the 2014-15 pools and Futures Choice pools. Compared to the last PRO projected returns for wheat, durum and canola in the Early Delivery Pools are... read more..

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APAS Meets with Province

Representatives with the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatcewan met with the provincial government last week to discuss some key issues. President Norm Hall says flooding and the need to e... read more..

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GST Sale Closes

CWB has completed its acquisition of Great Sandhills Terminal at Leader. The deal was finalized following a shareholder vote last month where 100% of the votes cast were in favour of the sale. Along... read more..

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