Haying operations are underway in much of the province, despite a shortfall in plant growth and moisture, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture's Weekly Crop Report.Read More
Some areas in the province received rainfall last week, which helped address topsoil moisture conditions; however, significant rain is still needed in many areas to help crops, hay and pasture develop, according to the Saskatchewan Agriculture Weekly Crop Report.Read More
Saskatchewan Agriculture's primary communications vehicle, for producers, providing production information, highlighting agricultural issues and activities occurring in the province's agriculture sector.Read More
Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart and Environment Minister Herb Cox have jointly proclaimed June 14-20, 2015, as Native Prairie Appreciation Week in Saskatchewan.Read More
Today, the federal and provincial governments launched the new online Saskatchewan Premises Identification (PID) Database to improve the response to and prevention of livestock emergencies.Read More
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Saskatchewan Agriculture Industry Welcomes Final WTO Compliance Panel Ruling.
Today, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart awarded $10,000 in scholarships to four agriculture students from across the province.Read More
The federal and provincial governments have committed $200,000 to the continuation of the Grain Bag Recycling Pilot Project in 2015. The program collects both grain bags and twine province-wide.Read More
Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart today announced the government of Saskatchewan will hold further consultations and undertake a review of farmland ownership rules under The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act.Read More
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