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Agriculture This Week - Climate changes will have agriculture impact

At times you can have the most distressing conversations in the most unlikely of places. In this case I am involved in a months-long conversation via the social media platform Facebook.
Research Foundation releases videos

Research Foundation releases videos

The East Central Research Foundation has released three online videos focused on crop production in the local region.

Agriculture This Week - Clock ticking on glyphosate use in Europe

The clock may be ticking on the future of use of glyphosate to control a range of weeds in a number of crops.

Trade talks with China good for ag sector

Recently, in Beijing, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang concluded the second Annual Leaders’ Dialogue between Canada and China.
MLAs discuss farming’s future with agrologists

MLAs discuss farming’s future with agrologists

Two MLAs fielded questions from Yorkton agrologists and farmers at a speaking engagement in the newly-opened Pattison Agriculture building. Warren Kaeding, the MLA for Melville-Saltcoats, and the Minister of the Economy Hon.

Agriculture This Week - The best of science, the worst of science?

Gene drive was a term I had admittedly not heard before coming across a recent article in the agriculture press, and it took only a few paragraphs of that article to feel excited by its potential and also shudder with fear regarding its possible repe
Pattison Agriculture holds grand opening

Pattison Agriculture holds grand opening

It has been a year since Pattison Agriculture has opened its new location in Yorkton. The new facility celebrated its official grand opening the day before its anniversary.

Agriculture This Week - Local research important farm tool

When it comes to achieving reasonable profit levels on the farm many factors play a role. A number of those factors are largely beyond the control of the producer.

Agriculture This Week - Still one eye on world weather

One truth of the life of farmers is that they keep at least one eye on the skies. At least that was the case when I was growing up.
Agribition Trip

Agribition Trip

On Tuesday, November 21, 2017 a group of students from the Yorkton Regional High School had the opportunity to travel to Regina to partake in The Canadian Western Agribition.
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