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Agriculture News

The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
Old Wives 4-H winter recap

Old Wives 4-H winter recap

A summary of winter activities for the Old Wives 4-H Club
Communicating with family key to farm succession process

Communicating with family key to farm succession process

Be sure you have a farm succession plan in place
Crop input retailer: beware of BS products on the market

Crop input retailer: beware of BS products on the market

CEO of SynergyAg discusses soil health and nitrogen fertilizers with local farmers
Non-yield insurance policy allows farmer risks

Non-yield insurance policy allows farmer risks

A Moose-Jaw based insurance company can help farmers
Sask. Party’s investments in agriculture industry have produced results, says minister

Sask. Party’s investments in agriculture industry have produced results, says minister

Investments in areas such as crop insurance coverage levels and university research have benefited the agriculture industry over the years.
Ag minister warns that trade issues will affect farmers

Ag minister warns that trade issues will affect farmers

With $1.2 billion worth of canola sitting in farmers' bins, the Saskatchewan government wants a trade dispute with China resolved before the next federal election.
Horse industry churns out millions in Sask.

Horse industry churns out millions in Sask.

The Saskatchewan Horse Federation shared numbers with the Exhibition Company
Online platform matches direct from farm-gate exporters with buyers

Online platform matches direct from farm-gate exporters with buyers

RBC has launched its new Global Connect platform
Ag pests a perennial problem no matter how cold the winter

Ag pests a perennial problem no matter how cold the winter

There are many factors that can influence the populations of crop pests over the course of the growing season.
April showers would be a boon to Sask. farmers

April showers would be a boon to Sask. farmers

After a dry finish to the last growing season, precipitation would be a welcome sight as farmer prepare to seed.