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Combines slow to make progress

Producers in the province now have two per cent of the 2019 crop combined, up from less than one per cent last week, but behind the five-year (2014-2018) average of nine per cent.

Be safe around power lines this harvest season

Situational awareness, staying rested key to avoiding tragedy
Field of Dreams helps farmers boost production and improve bottom line

Field of Dreams helps farmers boost production and improve bottom line

The 21st annual Field of Dreams open day was held by Prairie Soil Services on July 25, along with partners Lindgren Farms, Bayer Crop Science, ATP Nutrition and Pattison Agriculture.
Field of Dreams helps farmers boost production and improve bottom line

Field of Dreams helps farmers boost production and improve bottom line

The 21st annual Field of Dreams open day was held by Prairie Soil Services on July 25, along with partners Lindgren Farms, Bayer Crop Science, ATP Nutrition and Pattison Agriculture.
Field of Dreams helps farmers boost production and improve bottom line

Field of Dreams helps farmers boost production and improve bottom line

The 21st annual Field of Dreams open day was held by Prairie Soil Services on July 25, along with partners Lindgren Farms, Bayer Crop Science, ATP Nutrition and Pattison Agriculture.
Big, burly Belgians harrow field

Big, burly Belgians harrow field

Jillian Just was busy in the field Saturday driving three Belgian work horses at the PALS Draft Horse Field Day at Rama, SK.
Working four horses abreast

Working four horses abreast

At the PALS Draft Horse Field Day at Rama, SK.
Haying with horses

Haying with horses

There are various elements to haying whether using modern equipment, or horse drawn. Horses were at work doing some haying at Rama, SK., Saturday at the PALS Draft Horse Field Day.
Rabbits, rabbits and more rabbits

Rabbits, rabbits and more rabbits

It’s almost a case of rabbits by the dozen at Steven Halifax’s acreage at Rama, SK. The pen has about 50 rabbits of both the New Zealand and Californian breeds.
Use registered products according to the label to control weeds

Use registered products according to the label to control weeds

The Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission (Sask Wheat) is reminding Saskatchewan wheat producers to only use products registered for pre-harvest application of weed management to dry down weeds such as volunteer canola in wheat crops, and to alwa