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Agriculture News

The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
Producers continue to move forward with harvest operations

Producers continue to move forward with harvest operations

Information from the latest crop report, for the period of August 3 to 9, 2021
Provincial aid for livestock producers facing extreme drought

Provincial aid for livestock producers facing extreme drought

Financial support comes from the Canadian Agricultural Partnership's AgriRecovery program
Barrel racers set to invade city

Barrel racers set to invade city

Largest horse show in the province and the highly popular rodeo spectator sport to take over Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds
RCMP warns producers of fraudulent hay sales on social media

RCMP warns producers of fraudulent hay sales on social media

With the number of fraudulent sales rising, farmers should report any suspicious livestock feed advertisements to police
PHOTOS: Small in stature miniature horses cast a big shadow

PHOTOS: Small in stature miniature horses cast a big shadow

The majority of competitors were from out of town, coming from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
PHOTOS: A look at the Herbert rodeo

PHOTOS: A look at the Herbert rodeo

A collection of photos from the Herbert Stampede
Western Canada’s first sow plant under construction in Moose Jaw

Western Canada’s first sow plant under construction in Moose Jaw

The new renovation of the old XL beef plant will benefit the city and pork producers across Western Canada
Silence is golden for the Saskatchewan Cutting Horse Association

Silence is golden for the Saskatchewan Cutting Horse Association

“We are the border collies of the horse world…we are the original low stress cattle handling management system” -- Elaine Good
Cowboy poets entertain at Doc’s Town event

Cowboy poets entertain at Doc’s Town event

Cowboy poet Bryce Burnett entertained in Swift Current recently
From table to farm: Diversity is the new direction of the small-town business

From table to farm: Diversity is the new direction of the small-town business

April’s Diner in Central Butte to become HydroGreen’s Urban Farm