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Agriculture News

The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
Film screening looks to bridge farming knowledge gap during Ag Day

Film screening looks to bridge farming knowledge gap during Ag Day

Before The Plate, a 90-minute documentary, was screened at the Moose Jaw Public Library Tuesday as part of Canada's Agriculture Day
Sask. organic farming sector small but growth in double digits

Sask. organic farming sector small but growth in double digits

Organic farming is growing in Saskatchewan
Rainfall insurance pours $10 million into producer pockets

Rainfall insurance pours $10 million into producer pockets

Cattle producers told that rainfall insurance is one way "to protect yourself from a wreck"
Greenhouse vegetable production in SK likely not too profitable

Greenhouse vegetable production in SK likely not too profitable

A look at the economics behind vegetable farming in Saskatchewan
Managing the weed seed bank account critical

Managing the weed seed bank account critical

An Alberta Agriculture crop specialist discusses management of the weed seed bank
New food guide not that worrisome to beef producers

New food guide not that worrisome to beef producers

The Food Guide might suggest eating less beef, but producers don't believe people will follow that recommendation
Bureaucracy causing headaches for Canadian farmers

Bureaucracy causing headaches for Canadian farmers

The CFIB says increasing amounts of red tape may deter the next generation of farmers
Verified beef offers premium and keeps consumer trust in beef brand

Verified beef offers premium and keeps consumer trust in beef brand

The program was discussed at a recent livestock workshop
Call for review to improve Federal Livestock Tax Deferral program

Call for review to improve Federal Livestock Tax Deferral program

The Agriculture Producers Association of Saskatchewan want to ensure the program improves
Red meat markets could sizzle for Canada this year

Red meat markets could sizzle for Canada this year

Demand looks strong for Canada's hog and beef producers