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The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
Barbecued pork chops, ribs gonna cost you a lot more

Barbecued pork chops, ribs gonna cost you a lot more

SK hog producers saw a 34 per cent increase in prices year-over-year in April
Wheat planting plans up, canola acreage lowest in five years

Wheat planting plans up, canola acreage lowest in five years

In addition to a drop in canola, lentil acres fell 9.6 per cent
Southwestern Saskatchewan farmland price increase leads province

Southwestern Saskatchewan farmland price increase leads province

Saskatchewan average farmland prices increased 7.4 per cent in 2018
SaskPower wants farmers to ‘Look Up and Live’ this season

SaskPower wants farmers to ‘Look Up and Live’ this season

SaskPower’s annual safety campaign starts this week and continues through to October
U.K. study finds high yield farming can save natural habitat

U.K. study finds high yield farming can save natural habitat

High yield farming may be better for the environment
Warm ocean current to create more rain this year

Warm ocean current to create more rain this year

The moisture could be the result of El Niño
Maple syrup export value exceeds flax exports

Maple syrup export value exceeds flax exports

Ninety per cent of the maple syrup produced in Canada comes from Quebec
Sask. cattle numbers up contrary to national trend

Sask. cattle numbers up contrary to national trend

Saskatchewan's cattle herd increased by just under one per cent
Horse industry churns out millions in Sask.

Horse industry churns out millions in Sask.

Audrey Price of the Saskatchewan Horse Federation recently addressed the Moose Jaw Exhibition Company
Gov't teams up to help producers, communities manage climate change

Gov't teams up to help producers, communities manage climate change

Funds will be used for three projects, two of which will assist producers, with one providing support for communities