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'Never seen a hailstorm like that;' North Sask. farmers face lean year after storm

The hail that hammered Saskatchewan’s northeast earlier this month left local farmers with fewer crops and tighter margins.
Innovations, knowledge for the farm at online Ag in Motion

Innovations, knowledge for the farm at online Ag in Motion

Farmers looking for new equipment, innovative products, crop research and agribusiness management tips will find all that, and more, at this summer’s Ag in Motion Discovery Plus.
Hay mowing and ditch salvage underway

Hay mowing and ditch salvage underway

The Government of Saskatchewan is reminding producers they can begin to salvage hay in provincial highway ditches.

Flooding hits North Sask. ranchers hard

Don Grigo, 72, can’t remember a time ranchers in his area were under more strain.
North Sask. ranchers weigh recovery as floods slowly recede

North Sask. ranchers weigh recovery as floods slowly recede

Only a helicopter could save Allan Shkopich’s cattle stranded on an island north of Meadow Lake amid flooding a little more than a week ago. “We didn’t know what we were going to do,” he said, noting flying in feed seemed like the only option.
Sask. Minister of Energy and Resources reacts to pipeline chaos in U.S.

Sask. Minister of Energy and Resources reacts to pipeline chaos in U.S.

Regina– The last week of June and first week of July have been figurative chaos for pipelines in the United States, and some of that chaos has a direct impact on Canadian oil production and transportation.

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.