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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.

Government announces the fifth annual agriculture student scholarship

Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart has announced $10,000 for students pursuing a career in agriculture with the launch of the fifth annual Saskatchewan Agriculture Student Scholarship Program.

October is Agriculture month in Saskatchewan: Province encourages youth to thinkAG

Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart has proclaimed October as Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan. The month will focus on profiling opportunities in agriculture to youth.

Agriculture awareness summit to be held in 2013

On February 5 and 6, 2013, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture will host a summit in Regina to generate ideas on how to improve public perception of the agriculture industry and promote its benefits.
Who should own farmland?

Who should own farmland?

Who should own farmland? That is a question which will increasingly be asked as we move forward, and it is a question with an unclear answer.

Focus on promoting agriculture

On February 5 and 6, 2013, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture will host a summit in Regina to generate ideas on how to improve public perception of the agriculture industry and promote its benefits.

Saskatchewan is first provincial partner on agriculture awareness initiative

Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart and Farm Credit Canada (FCC) President Greg Stewart recently signed a partnership agreement recognizing Saskatchewan as the first province to become an official partner of Agriculture More Than Ever.

Saskatchewan claims October Agriculture Month

Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart has proclaimed October as Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan.

Province reluctantly signs new agriculture funding agreement

Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart joined Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and his colleagues from across Canada on September 14 to sign the Growing Forward 2 multilateral framework agreement.