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The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
Ethanol demand cuts to impact all grain prices

Ethanol demand cuts to impact all grain prices

Reduced ethanol demand will create less need for corn acres this spring and put pressure on corn prices
APAS survey shows farmers concerned about COVID-19

APAS survey shows farmers concerned about COVID-19

APAS has launched a weekly survey, to get up-to-date information from producers
Better natural nitrogen fertilizer licensed in United States

Better natural nitrogen fertilizer licensed in United States

Nitrogen fertilizer makers had better look for different markets if a California fertilizer company’s product continues increasing yields.
Biological fungus control discovery history resembles horror flick

Biological fungus control discovery history resembles horror flick

The story of ACM 941 is a horror story of commercializing new fungicide products
Spring runoff well underway in southern Saskatchewan

Spring runoff well underway in southern Saskatchewan

Runoff aided by above normal temperatures and precipitation levels in March 
A & W grass-fed beef program offers new cattle market

A & W grass-fed beef program offers new cattle market

A&W is working with packers and the industry to develop a supply of grass-fed beef
Crop Insurance deadline extended

Crop Insurance deadline extended

Producers now have until April 13 to apply, reinstate, cancel, or make changes to Crop Insurance contracts
Agriculture, livestock sales COVID-19 rules announced

Agriculture, livestock sales COVID-19 rules announced

The plan allows deferral of $173 million interest-free loans to producers with Advanced Payment Program loans that are due by April 30
APAS pleased with gov't support of farmers during pandemic

APAS pleased with gov't support of farmers during pandemic

The federal government has announced $5 billion in funding through Farm Credit Canada
Feed water testing urged by agrologist

Feed water testing urged by agrologist

Too much nitrates in feed causes a chemical reaction in the blood that robs the animal of life-sustaining oxygen