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Flooding woes just the start for Meadow Lake ranchers

Ranching along a river has its ups and downs. This year is a down year, with major flooding impacting ranches in northwestern Saskatchewan.
Crop report for June 23 to June 29

Crop report for June 23 to June 29

Most of the province received rain this week, improving moisture conditions, especially in the southern and west-central regions that received higher amounts.
Enbridge Line 5 closure in Michigan could impact Saskatchewan oil production

Enbridge Line 5 closure in Michigan could impact Saskatchewan oil production

A damaged screw anchor for an underwater pipeline in the Great Lakes could impact Saskatchewan’s oil production.

Let the spurge buffet begin!

For the next week or so, Police Point Park will be home to the city of Medicine Hat, Alta.’s newest bed and breakfast. The only catch is that you need to be a goat to stay and eat.
Canadian Western Agribition expects losses

Canadian Western Agribition expects losses

But no new debt during COVID-19 pandemic
First-of-its-kind hydrogen production project slated for Sask.

First-of-its-kind hydrogen production project slated for Sask.

Saskatchewan is set to welcome an innovative, first-of-its-kind hydrogen production project, which marks the first, formally approved initiative under the provincial government’s Saskatchewan Petroleum Innovation Incentive (SPII).
Delayed weed control? Make it count

Delayed weed control? Make it count

For canola fields that have not been sprayed this year, effective weed control may come down to one herbicide application – so make that application count. Start by assessing the weed and crop stage situation in each field.
Counting canola plants with a hula hoop

Counting canola plants with a hula hoop

Multiple canola plant counts done about a month after seeding will provide a report card on the seeding operation and help with planning for the rest of 2020.
Keeping kids safe on the farm as important as ever

Keeping kids safe on the farm as important as ever

Communities are encouraged to complete applications to host a 2021 Safety Day Event
Canadian Western Agribition postpones 50th show until 2021

Canadian Western Agribition postpones 50th show until 2021

Canadian Western Agribition (CWA) announced today that, in response to restrictions and recommendations surrounding COVID-19, CWA's 50th show will be postponed until 2021.