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June 2019

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Government Supports Agriculture Education

The Federal Government has announced an investment of more than $1.5 million to Agriculture in the Classroom Canada (AITC-C). The investment was made under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP)... read more..

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Beef Industry Impacted By China's Ban On Canadian Meat Exports

The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association is concerned over China’s ban on Canadian Meat following what appears to be a falsified Canadian pork export certificates. CCA Vice-President Bob Lowe... read more..

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Canada's Ag Minister Issues Statement On China Meat Ban

The following statement was issued by Federal Ag Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau regarding China's ban on Canadian beef and pork: The Canadian Food and Inspection Agency (CFIA) identified an issue invol... read more..

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Protein Industries Canada Announces First Supercluster Investment

Protein Industries Canada has announced its first investment under the federal government's Protein Supercluster. A total of eight million dollars will be invested in a project led by Botaneco Inc., ... read more..

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StatsCan Releases Updated Crop Acreage Report

According to the June Field Crop Survey, Statistics Canada says farmers expect to plant more barley, corn for grain, dry peas, lentils and oats in 2019, but fewer acres of wheat, canola, and soybeans.... read more..

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SCA Says China Is An Important Market For Canadian Beef

The impact of China’s decision to ban Canadian Meat Products doesn’t just affect pork, but beef as well. Ryder Lee, CEO of the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association, says it’s ... read more..

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China Bans Meat Shipments From Canada

China is no longer accepting meat shipments from Canada. Media reports state the Chinese Embassy claims the issue stems from the detection of ractopamine in a batch of Canadian pork products. The fee... read more..

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Rainfall Provides Beginning of Relief for Producers

The rain that poured down on the southwest last week and continued this week has been a sight for sore and dry eyes of producers in the area.  Over the last seven days, the southwest has receive... read more..

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PAMI Developing New Innovative Technology For Grain Sector

PAMI’S operations continue to grow and expand as it works to enhance operations and productivity. In the last few years, agricultural technology is expanding with the increasing use of digital ... read more..

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CCA Calls For A Delay In Livestock Transportation Changes

The CFIA’s new Livestock Transportation changes are set to take effect in a few months. Saskatchewan Stock Grower Director Reg Schellenberg is Co-Chair of the Canadian Cattlemen Associations An... read more..

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SaskCanola Invests In Clubroot Survey

Clubroot is a key concern for Canola growers. The Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission is investing $170,000 in the province’s clubroot survey. Lane Stockbrugger, Chair of SaskCanola say... read more..

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Saskatchewan's Carbon Tax Appeal Moves Forward

The Province now has a date with the Supreme Court of Canada to challenge the Federal Governments Carbon Tax. The Government has been given a tentative date of December 5th, 2019. The Province previ... read more..

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International Interest Results In Strong Sales During Farm Progress

Organizers are pleased with the results from Canada’s Farm Progress Show. While no overall, official attendance numbers were reported, organizers say the rainfall last week brought qualified bu... read more..

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Saskatchewan's PCAP Framework Renewed

The Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan's twenty-eight partners renewed their commitment for prairie conservation at a signing ceremony last week at the University of Regina. The 2019-2023 ... read more..

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Farming For Profit - Trade, Subsidies and the Environment

The 2019 Farming for Profit Conference in Moose Jaw is focusing on Trade, Subsidies and the Environment. Professor Andy Schmitz has been hosting the event for 26 years which includes farmers, rancher... read more..

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Government Launches New Tool To Help Farmers Prepare For Extreme Weather

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has partnered with Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) to create a new suite of Extreme Weather Indices to help producers prepare for extreme... read more..

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Saskatchewan’s 2019 Outstanding Young Farmers

Jason and Jenna Ranger are Saskatchewan’s 2019 Outstanding Young Farmers. The couple operates Jaran Farms Limited at Shellbrook growing primarily canola, oats, wheat, lentils, and peas. Jason ... read more..

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Changes For Canada's Farm Progress Show

Canada’s Farm Progress Show wrapped up on Friday and while official show numbers are not available organizers seem pleased. This year’s show featured about 500 exhibits, 22 innovatio... read more..

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Rural Crime Panel at Canada's Farm Progress

The new Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network is a powerful tool in battling crime. That was the message from RCMP Staff Sergent Devin Pugh yesterday during the Rural Crime Panel at Canada’... read more..

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Province Announces Flexible Drought Options For Producers

Saskatchewan farmers who have been dealing with drought conditions now have a few more options. Provincial Agriculture Minister David Marit says while some areas have seen some rain in the last few d... read more..

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Canada's Farm Progress Show Opens

Canada’s Farm Progress Show opens today (Wednesday) at Regina’s Evraz Place. The three-day event features the latest in agricultural equipment and technology. Show Manager Shirley Janecz... read more..

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Canada's Food Policy Unveiled

On Monday, Federal Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau announced Canada’s first-ever federal Food Policy. “The Food Policy for Canada is our roadmap for a healthier and more sustaina... read more..

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CAFTA Releases 2019 Election Priorities

The Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA) has released its list of priorities heading into the 2019 federal election. "Despite record agri-food exports in 2018, growth and prosperity ar... read more..

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Province Declares Native Prairie Appreciation Week

Saskatchewan has less than 20% of the original native prairie that we should have and it keeps declining. Agriculture Minister David Marit says we have to work together to ensure that our native prai... read more..

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Feed Supply Running Low As Producers Try To Save Pastures

A lot of livestock producers are evaluating their options as their feed supply starts running low. It doesn’t matter if you’re in the beef industry, bison, sheep or goats’ trying to... read more..

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Species At Risk Producer Survey

There’s more and more focus being put on the environment. Farmers and Ranchers are being asked to take part in a survey on species-at-risk and endangered species conservation programs. The sur... read more..

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APAS Calls For Action On Drought

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan is calling for the Federal and Provincial governments to initiate a drought-related AgriRecovery Assessment. President Todd Lewis says for many ... read more..

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Crop Growth is Slow

Saskatchewan Agriculture says crop growth is slow and germination is patchy due to the dry conditions. For areas that have received some moisture things are improving. Crops Extension Spec... read more..

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June Hail Storms

The Canadian Crop Hail Association report shows a series of storms moved across the Prairies over the last couple of weeks. The storms occurred May 29, June 2, June 6, June 7, June 9 and June 10. Th... read more..

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Ag Products Not Included In Liberal's Plastics Ban

The federal government recently announced a ban of some single-use plastics by 2021 has left many Canadian farmers wondering if single-use plastics for agricultural products such as grain bags, pestic... read more..

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