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The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.

Canada's farmland values up 8.3% this year

Canada's farmland values up 8.3% this year

The Southeast part of the province experienced the sharpest increase of 14.7%, followed by the East Central, at 11.3%. 
Agrimart: Saskatchewan farmland values up substantially except southwestern region

Agrimart: Saskatchewan farmland values up substantially except southwestern region

Farmland values in Canada increased by an average 8.4 per cent in 2021, the highest rate in four years.
Saskatchewan celebrates agriculture literacy month

Saskatchewan celebrates agriculture literacy month

This month marks Canada's 11th annual Agriculture Literacy Month.
Agrimart: Increases to Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Coverage and Premiums in 2022

Agrimart: Increases to Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Coverage and Premiums in 2022

The average coverage for 2022 will be 405 dollars per acre, a 48% increase from 273 dollars per acre in 2021
Agrimart: Farm cash receipts in 2021 show signs of drought, but still hit record

Agrimart: Farm cash receipts in 2021 show signs of drought, but still hit record

In Saskatchewan farm cash receipts totalled $19.09 billion, up by 16 per cent.
Agrimart: 40th anniversary of U of S Agros' notable 'bedpush'

Agrimart: 40th anniversary of U of S Agros' notable 'bedpush'

Through their Bedpush initiative, the Agros have raised money for TeleMiracle every second year for the last 40 years.
Agrimart: Record provincial agriculture exports for 2021

Agrimart: Record provincial agriculture exports for 2021

At $37.1 billion, agricultural exports accounted for nearly half of Saskatchewan's total exports in 2021.
Crop Guide predicts profitable year for most grains and oilseeds

Crop Guide predicts profitable year for most grains and oilseeds

Grain corn is the only crop not expected to cover variable expenses or total expenses.
USask to launch Food and Nutrition degree

USask to launch Food and Nutrition degree

Students will develop their knowledge of food, health, and wellness and how these issues relate to agriculture production and processing.
Feb. 22 is Canada's Agriculture Day this year

Feb. 22 is Canada's Agriculture Day this year

February 22nd is set aside to recognize and celebrate the people who make Canadian Food.