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Ag Knowledge Exchange Provides Info on Management Skills

Farm Credit Canada is holding Ag Knowledge Exchange events across Saskatchewan this week, to help producers improve their management skills and get some insight from experts. Grain Marketing Expert…

Right Crop Rotation Lowers Risk Of Disease

Farmers need to make sure they have the right crop rotations to help lower the risk of diseases like fusarium, sclerotinia and aphanomyces root rot. Brent Flaten, Integrated Pest Management…

Crop Quality and President Trump Affecting 2017's Global Markets

Producers saw good yields for grain, but lower quality for crops, and that could have an impact on the markets. Brad Magnusson of the Magnusson Consulting Group says for wheat, especially, there was…

Loss Of Revenue For Farmers Due To Lack Of Infrastructure

A lack of inland infrastructure and port capacity is costing Canadian farmers money. That from Thomas Mielke, executive director of global research and analysis with Oilworld - an independent…

American NFU President Says Ag Input Mergers Negatively Affect Farmers

The president of the American National Farmers Union was in Winnipeg last week speaking about competition and consolidation in the agricultural inputs industry. Roger Johnson says while there are…

Pulse Production on the Rise

Pulse production and consumption around the world continues to grow. Brian Clancey with Stat Publishing gave the Pulse Market presentation at this week’s Regional Pulse Meetings. "Prices have been so…

Bovine TB Herds Quarantined in SK And AB

Saskatchewan Cattlemen got more information last week on the CFIA’s Bovine Tuberculosis investigation. Dr. Rick Davies is the Area Chief Inspector with CFIA for Western Canada. He says provincially…

Construction To Start On Fertilizer Supercenter

Genesis Grain and Fertilizer continue to move ahead with their plans. Construction on the first of seven fertilizer SuperCenters at Belle Plaine is expected to begin once we get through the wet…

Ministry of Ag holds Grain Marketing Workshops

Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Agriculture held a series of Grain Marketing Workshops around the Province this week. Farmers had a chance to learn more about grain contracts and how to make them work for…

Carbon Sequestration Important For Farmers

The Saskatchewan Beef Industry Conference is giving producers a lot to think about. It was a full day of presentations yesterday including one which looked at using Grazing Management for Carbon…

Consumer Marketing Essential For Producers

In the last few years more and more producers are speaking up about how they do things on the farm. Consumers today are looking for more information on how their food is raised. Marketing Consultant…

Quality vs Quantity In Setting World Prices

Several factors in global markets have led to a massive disparity for local producers searching to get top dollar for their products. Mike Jubinville, with ProFarmer Canada, talks the premium prices…

Improvement Being Sought In Winter Wheat

Work is underway on developing new hardier winter wheat varieties. The Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Winter Cereals Development Commission is Jake Davidson. He talks about the importance of…

Stadium Demolition Continues at Regina’s Evraz Place

The demolition of the Stadium at Regina’s Evraz Place has made a few folks sentimental as they review the history of some of the events in the building. The building originally constructed in 1919…

Canola Council of Canada is Searching for Their Next President

The search is on for the next President of the Canola Council of Canada. The organization has hired Scott Wolfe Management Inc. to conduct the search, with the selection process being overseen by the…

Raising the Steaks For Sask Beef Conference

Registration closes Friday for the Saskatchewan Beef Industry Conference. The annual event is coming up January 24th to 26th at the Queensbury Convention Centre in Regina. Conference Co-ordinator…

Warmer Weather Continuing in the Southwest

Warmer weather is a nice change from last week’s bitter cold. G3 Canada’s Weather and Crop Specialist Bruce Burnett says we’ve seen a big switch in the weather right across Western Canada. "In terms…

Increase Your Yields With Plant Science

Farmers are constantly struggling to get maximum crop yield out of their fields. Dan Owen, the product innovation manager with ATP Nutrition is right there with them trying to help. He says the…

Former G.W. Bush Speech Writer Discusses Trump Presidency At CropSphere

Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on January 20th. Last Monday producers attending CropSphere heard from David Frumm, a best-selling author, senior editor at…

Market Update From Cropshpere

Mike Jubenville of Pro Farmer Canada gave the wrap-up presentation on the markets yesterday at CropSphere. He says he views the marketplace right now as one of very big supply versus very big demand,…

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