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Agriculture

Land ownership will evolve

With the recent financial issues of Broadacre Agriculture, discussed in this space a couple of weeks ago the issue of who owns land in Saskatchewan is back on the front burner for a time.

AgriStability forms deadline approaches

The Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) is reminding producers December 31, 2014, is the final deadline to submit 2013 AgriStability forms and pay 2014 program fees.

Farmers beware of the risk for anthrax

Saskatchewan Agriculture is reminding producers to be aware of the risk of anthrax after confirmation of a positive case in a cow in the Rural Municipality of Hazel Dell No. 335, on December 5.

Monitoring of stored grain important

Monitoring and appropriate management of stored grain (especially tough grain) is essential to ensuring that grain will not spoil and will remain in good shape during storage.
Bison story a good one in agriculture

Bison story a good one in agriculture

Canadian farmers have tried to diversify in a list of ways, both in terms of field crops, and livestock.

Brand inspection costing more

Livestock Services Corporation of Saskatchewan (LSS) recently announced fee increases for brand inspection services and for brand registration. The fee increase will come into effect January 2, 2015. The cost of inspection will increase by $0.

Saskatchewan oil and gas leases total $197.9 million

The December sale of petroleum and natural gas rights raised $18.3 million in revenue for the province, bringing final land sale revenues for the 2014 calendar year to $197.9 million.
Kick-off branding

Kick-off branding

Agriculture Week and the kick off to the 2014 Grain Millers Harvest Showdown was held Monday with the traditional symbolic branding. Branders are Anne Britton, Donna Malinowsky and Elsie Varga.
Crop insurance reminder

Crop insurance reminder

Due to the challenging growing season producers may have experienced a loss in yield, quality or both. Crop Insurance customers are reminded they have coverage for both quality losses and yield losses in their crops.

Yorkton harvest near complete

As of October 27, harvest is nearly complete with 99 per cent of the 2014 crop off the field, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Weekly Crop Report.