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September 2021

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Concern Regarding Proposed Fertilizer Reduction Plan

The Western Canadian Wheat Growers says it's shocked by the depth of the impact of the federal government’s proposed 30% reduction in fertilizer emissions. Fertilizer Canada has completed an in... read more..

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SARM Hoping Grain Companies Can Work With Farmers

The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) is calling on grain companies to lessen penalties and axe admin fees on contracted but undelivered grain for this year. They released a sta... read more..

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Farmer's Almanac Says Warmer Wetter Winter, But Just a Little

The Old Farmer's Almanac has just released its newest edition, released annually every September. Jack Burnett is the Managing Editor of the Old Farmer's Almanac. He says that the winter will be call... read more..

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Alberta Wheat and Barley Looking for Board of Directors

A pair of Alberta agriculture organizations are putting a call out to fill some board vacancies. The Alberta Wheat Commission is seeking nominations from farmers to fill three board of director posit... read more..

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Harvest Nearly Complete in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan's harvest is nearly wrapped up according to today's Ministry of Agriculture crop report. Eighty-nine per cent of the harvest run is done province-wide, up from 74 per cent last week, wit... read more..

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CFA Welcomes Liberal Party Back Into Office

The Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) is congratulating Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and welcoming the Liberal party back into office. “The Canadian Agriculture sector can be a pow... read more..

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Nitrates Appearing in Crops

The Ministry of Agriculture is reminding producers to have their crops checked for nitrate. Due to the warm summer and lack of precipitation, nitrate is popping up in crops all over the prairies. "B... read more..

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Light Frost Hits Prairies

Some areas across the prairies were greeted with their first frost last night. Early reports this morning in Saskatchewan and Alberta seem to vary on just how impactful the frost was on crops. "It s... read more..

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CCA Selects Finalists For Cattlemen's Young Leaders Mentorship Program

Sixteen finalists have been selected for the 2021-22 Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) Mentorship Program, a national youth initiative of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA). The grou... read more..

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Southwest Leading Sask Crop Report in Harvest Progression

Nearly three-quarters of the harvest in Saskatchewan is complete according to the Ministry of Agriculture. Matt Struthers, a Crops Extension Specialist with the Ministry of Agriculture shared an upda... read more..

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Stats Can Releases Latest Model-Based Principal Field Crop Estimates

Statistics Canada released its model-based principal field crop estimates on Tuesday. Overall, the report shows Canadian farm operators are projected to produce more corn for grain in 2021, but less ... read more..

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Sask Wheat Announce New Executive Director

The Board Of Directors Of Sask Wheat has announced that Blair Goldade has been appointed as its new Executive Director. Goldade has been with Sask Wheat since 2014 and reflects on the new role. "It'... read more..

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Southeast Producers Lead Province for Harvest

According to the Weekly Crop Report from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, producers have made tremendous progress as 56 per cent of the crop is now in the bin, up from 36 per cent last week. ... read more..

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Agriculture Leaders Debate Election Issues

Canada's agriculture leaders discussed key election issues last Thursday night during a 90-minute debate hosted by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA). One of the seven main questions focuse... read more..

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Canola Straight Cutting Underway

Saskatchewan's Canola harvest is about a third complete according to last week's crop report from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture. Last week's report had the province at 31 per cent of canol... read more..

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Green Party's Election Priorities Include Shifting Ag Program Dollars

f elected on September 20th, the Green Party of Canada says it would restructure the next Ag Policy Framework to shift program dollars from supporting corporate-controlled industrial agriculture to su... read more..

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International Trade Key Election Focus For Conservatives

The Conservative Party of Canada has outlined its agriculture platform for the upcoming federal election, taking place on September 20th. John Barlow is a candidate in the riding of Foothills, Albert... read more..

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Sask Wheat Hosting Fall Election for Board Positions

Yesterday the Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission announced they'll be holding an election beginning next month to fill four board of directors roles. They're six candidates vyin... read more..

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Tips for Purchasing Hay This Fall

With the growing season and the lack of moisture, livestock producers are trying to line up feeds supplies. Due to low production this year, many will have to look at purchasing hay from regions furt... read more..

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Canola Stocks Drop To Lowest Level Since 2017

The results of Statistics Canada's tri-annual supply and disposition exercise indicate that stocks of wheat, oats, dry peas and lentils were all up as of July 31 compared with the same date a year ear... read more..

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Volume and Prices Increasing in Sask Cattle Market

Saskatchewan's auction ring for cattle continues to be a busy place as some prices begin to rise. "The markets are up year-over-year about 30 per cent," Natasha Wilkie, a provincial cattle specialist... read more..

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Grain Commission Still Accepting Harvest Samples

The Canadian Grain Commission is still accepting submissions for its Harvest Sample Program. Program Manager Daryl Beswetherick provided an update on the early submissions. "Early on, it was really ... read more..

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FarmCash Accepting Fall Applications

Producers across western Canada short on cash flow have a new tool at their disposal. The application process for FarmCash's fall Advance Payments Program opened on Wednesday for farmers in Alberta, ... read more..

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Livestock Producers Looking At Feeding Early

With the dry conditions, a number of livestock producers will be looking at feeding animals early this year. Dwayne Summach, a Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, says we're going to get to the ... read more..

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