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The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
APAS presents drought assistance plan to governments

APAS presents drought assistance plan to governments

APAS has asked the federal and provincial governments to help with drought conditions
Conservative ag critic talk plays to Stock Growers’ views

Conservative ag critic talk plays to Stock Growers’ views

Quebec MP Luc Berthold addressed the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association convention in Moose Jaw recently
Beef still belongs on Canadian food plates: dietitian

Beef still belongs on Canadian food plates: dietitian

“It’s a myth that we’re eating too much protein”
Trade, seed royalties, carbon tax part of farm conference

Trade, seed royalties, carbon tax part of farm conference

The Farming for Profit Conference will be held June 23-24 in Moose Jaw
Crop report: Rainfall helps, but more needed

Crop report: Rainfall helps, but more needed

The latest crop report for the week of June 11 to 17
Beef market analyst paints bleak uncertain price outlook to ranchers

Beef market analyst paints bleak uncertain price outlook to ranchers

African swine fever in China is one factor that will affect meat prices
Beef cows not causing climate change: air quality scientist

Beef cows not causing climate change: air quality scientist

A California-based agricultural air quality scientist says farmers need to tell their story
Sask. minister of agriculture staunchly defends rural semi driver training policy

Sask. minister of agriculture staunchly defends rural semi driver training policy

Saskatchewan Minister of Agriculture Dave Marit addressed the topic at the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association conference
Crop report: Rain has helped, but more needed

Crop report: Rain has helped, but more needed

The latest information from the weekly crop report, for the period of June 4 to 10
Net farm income takes steep decline in 2018

Net farm income takes steep decline in 2018

Farm net income fell to $3.03 billion last year from 8.19 billion in 2017