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Kopelchuk family attend Hereford Bonanza

Kopelchuk family attend Hereford Bonanza

PK Herefords of Canora were well-represented at the recent 2019 National Junior Hereford Show. Also known as Bonanza, the event was held July 30 to Aug. 3, in Weyburn, and three members of the Kopelchuk family took part;Codee 12, Jessee 10, Kenzee 6.
Area youth attend Hereford Bonanza

Area youth attend Hereford Bonanza

Event held in Weyburn
Bees busy making honey

Bees busy making honey

Production good so far for local producer
Research farm hosts annual tour

Research farm hosts annual tour

Research farms play a valuable role in agriculture, putting theories to the test in a real world environment.
Next Wednesday is Garden Day in the city

Next Wednesday is Garden Day in the city

Gardening friends, make a note and plan to attend the Yorkton and District Horticultural Society Annual Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Show, Wednesday, August 7 from 1:00 till 5:00 p.m. at St. Gerard’s Parish Complex, 125 Third Avenue North, Yorkton.
Banga Clydesdale mare repeats as Virden champion

Banga Clydesdale mare repeats as Virden champion

Banga Clydesdales of Canora have returned from a show in Manitoba with another haul of ribbons. “We had a good show in Virden,” said Linda Banga.
An approach in tune with nature

An approach in tune with nature

Agriculture has changed significantly though the decades. Today growing crops is a business where the majority of producers look to maximize their production. There is some solid reasoning to that goal.
Cattle help Buckingham build soil

Cattle help Buckingham build soil

Running cattle can help agricultural producers build their soil. That was the focus of a field day held in the Bangor area this week.
Crops of the Parkland highlights local agriculture

Crops of the Parkland highlights local agriculture

The Crops of the Parkland Walking Tour, a few steps from the Visitor Information Centre, has been a volunteer-led project to give people going through Yorkton a chance to see what’s grown here and get a closer look at the agriculture of Yorkton.
One step up and two steps back for US farmers?

One step up and two steps back for US farmers?

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced Thursday further details of the $16 billion aid package for American agricultural producers, who can begin to sign up for the program Monday, July 29, at local Farm Service Agency (FSA) offices.
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