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Agriculture News

The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
European farmers doing better than Canada in CETA deal

European farmers doing better than Canada in CETA deal

Under CETA, Europe’s share of farm exports has increased while Canada’s share has declined since 2017
Bin-saved seed as good as certified product

Bin-saved seed as good as certified product

The Irrigation Crop Development Centre (ICDC) performed wheat yield trials comparing bin saved seed with certified seed
Major irrigation projects not in Saskatchewan Growth Plan

Major irrigation projects not in Saskatchewan Growth Plan

The updated irrigation act encourages private investment in irrigation
Twin View Livestock collects numerous titles at Agribition 2019

Twin View Livestock collects numerous titles at Agribition 2019

Twin View Livestock calls the Parkbeg-Chaplin area home, which is where they'll be hanging their new 2019 Western Canadian Agribition Champion Gelbvieh banners after a successful exhibition last week
Saskatchewan crop yields good but quality hurt by late harvest

Saskatchewan crop yields good but quality hurt by late harvest

This has been the most difficult harvest since 1980
Canadian net farm income falls dramatically in 2018

Canadian net farm income falls dramatically in 2018

It was the worst year for farm income since 2006
Applications now being accepted for Agriculture Student Scholarship Program

Applications now being accepted for Agriculture Student Scholarship Program

The deadline for applications is March 1, 2020
Networking mixer looking to connect and share local farmers’ experience

Networking mixer looking to connect and share local farmers’ experience

The Young Agrarians mixer is hoping to connect and grow the local farming community, to foster a new generation of farmers in Saskatchewan
Water/climate change leader speaking to irrigation meeting

Water/climate change leader speaking to irrigation meeting

Dr. John Pomeroy will speak at a conference in Moose Jaw next week
CN workers’ strike poses concerns for shippers

CN workers’ strike poses concerns for shippers

APAS and Ag Minister Dave Marit say the strike could hurt farmers