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Crop report: pastures improve, producers check for crop damage

Crop report: pastures improve, producers check for crop damage

Harvest progress for the region is at four percent, almost half the five-year average (2017-2021) of nine per cent.
Crop report: few farmers start harvest, average yields

Crop report: few farmers start harvest, average yields

Farmers are busy hauling grain, getting equipment and bins ready for harvest and starting to swath, desiccate and combine in some areas.
Nothing like some cold ice cream on a warm summer day

Nothing like some cold ice cream on a warm summer day

Crop report: weather great for crop development, some delays

Crop report: weather great for crop development, some delays

Producers are relieved to be able to replenish feed stocks prior to the coming winter.
Canora–Pelly could expand to the west

Canora–Pelly could expand to the west

Hazel Dell, Lintlaw, Invermay, Sheho and Theodore would be added to Canora–Pelly under a proposal to change provincial electoral district boundaries.
Crops need to dry in central area, farmers wait to harvest

Crops need to dry in central area, farmers wait to harvest

Crops on lighter soils have begun to dry down and producers expect these crops to be ready for harvest in about one to two weeks.
Crop Report: Producers hope it dries up soon

Crop Report: Producers hope it dries up soon

Saskatchewan Agriculture's Crop Report for the period July 19-25.
Demonstrators object to Kamsack Hospital bed closures

Demonstrators object to Kamsack Hospital bed closures

Approximately 300 people protested service reductions at the Kamsack Hospital while Everett Hindley, the minister of rural health, was there for a tour and meetings with community representatives.
Light rain improves dry conditions, crops require warm weather

Light rain improves dry conditions, crops require warm weather

Many producers in the region are starting haying operations as conditions allow. The rain has supported good hay growth and many producers are happy with its condition.
Preeceville Lions excited to host Western Weekend

Preeceville Lions excited to host Western Weekend

Weekend of fun and excitement will provide thrills and chills for fair goers.
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