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Agriculture News

The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.

March is Ag Literacy Month

March is Ag Literacy Month

This year's theme is "Our Food Has a Story"
African swine fever discovery spreads

African swine fever discovery spreads

African swine fever has been discovered in 23 Chinese provinces
North Dakota herd inflicted with bovine TB

North Dakota herd inflicted with bovine TB

The herd is located about five hours south of Winnipeg
Moose Jaw Co-op is purchasing Prairie Plains Agro

Moose Jaw Co-op is purchasing Prairie Plains Agro

The Moose Jaw Co-op announced Friday that they are purchasing local independent crop input and protection business Prairie Plains Agro.
Will Saskatchewan beef cattle of future have garlic breath?

Will Saskatchewan beef cattle of future have garlic breath?

Garlic may have positive benefits for livestock
Keeping grains clean will keep access to global markets

Keeping grains clean will keep access to global markets

Canada needs to maintain its reputation as a safe, reliable supplier
Farmers’ assistance to build public trust encouraged

Farmers’ assistance to build public trust encouraged

Building trust with consumers is necessary says Farm Food Care Saskatchewan
Low spring run-off predicted by water agency

Low spring run-off predicted by water agency

Some areas of the province will be hit harder than others
Connecting Saskatchewan landowners, hunters could net you $10K<br>

Connecting Saskatchewan landowners, hunters could net you $10K

The new act requires those who wish to hunt or snowmobile on rural property to seek permission first before entering the land
APAS president happy with court challenge hearing on carbon tax

APAS president happy with court challenge hearing on carbon tax

APAS has intervenor status in the lawsuit between the Government of Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada