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The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
New clean fuel regulations apply to primary fuel producers, importers

New clean fuel regulations apply to primary fuel producers, importers

Producers will receive credits for emissions reducing practices, which can then be sold or traded to offset use of carbon-based fuels
Excess revenues cost railways over $5.5 million

Excess revenues cost railways over $5.5 million

The excess revenue will have to be paid to the Western Canada Grains Research Foundation, along with a five per cent fine
Expect a below-normal winter and spring, pig spleen prognosticator predicts

Expect a below-normal winter and spring, pig spleen prognosticator predicts

'Even though it will be colder than normal, temperatures will be turbulent with drastic changes, from warm periods bracketed by being very cold and windy'
Tractor sales increase, combine sales drop

Tractor sales increase, combine sales drop

Information from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers
Dairy industry business model strained by trade agreements

Dairy industry business model strained by trade agreements

Food specialist says industry needs a more liberalized model, more competition, and voluntary exit by some dairy farmers
Conditions ripe for North American drought

Conditions ripe for North American drought

Weather expert says there are factors that make a multi-year drought possible
Canadian canola harvest lower; acres and yields decline

Canadian canola harvest lower; acres and yields decline

Canola yields declined 4.5 per cent to 18.7 million tonnes while acreage dropped 1.6 per cent
Will cattle get high on hemp by-product feed?

Will cattle get high on hemp by-product feed?

The study is funded by a grant from the United States Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Farm debt increase rate outpaces capital, income changes

Farm debt increase rate outpaces capital, income changes

The level of national farm debt increased 17.1 per cent to $114.9 billion
Net farm income well below three year high

Net farm income well below three year high

Income declined 2.4 per cent in Saskatchewan