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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.
State of Agriculture: Grain prices a 'mixed bag' of ups and downs during pandemic

State of Agriculture: Grain prices a 'mixed bag' of ups and downs during pandemic

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic killing oil prices and grinding most of Saskatchewan’s economy to a halt through March and April, its impact on the agriculture sector is more of an economic blip, showing a “mixed bag” of price gains and losses, accordi
Sask. ag manufacturers making adjustments due to Covid-19

Sask. ag manufacturers making adjustments due to Covid-19

Agriculture manufacturers in southeast Saskatchewan are makin adjustments to their operations to adapt to covid-19 SeedMaster SeedMaster in Emerald Park is one of the leading innovators in the agriculture industry for their work in seeding and to con
Province launches $400 million inactive well program

Province launches $400 million inactive well program

Energy and Resources Minister Bronwyn Eyre announced Friday morning the province’s new inactive well program, which will access $400 million over two years.
Seeding has doubled in past week

Seeding has doubled in past week

Crop report for May 12-18
Agriculture scholarship winners announced

Agriculture scholarship winners announced

Today, Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit awarded four scholarships to Saskatchewan students pursing an agriculture-related education.
Community effort saves local farm cattle from possible disaster

Community effort saves local farm cattle from possible disaster

Recently a herd of cattle belonging to Chad and Amanda Burback, who farm near Togo, escaped from a corral located north of Togo.
Energy minister calls for 'further, substantial help' to Sask. oil and gas sector

Energy minister calls for 'further, substantial help' to Sask. oil and gas sector

As the province continues with its efforts to move past the pandemic, Energy and Resources Minister Bronwyn Eyre has called on the federal government for further, substantial help for Saskatchewan’s oil and gas sector.
‘Like a cup of water for a house fire’: Ag groups say aid package not enough

‘Like a cup of water for a house fire’: Ag groups say aid package not enough

A $252-million federal aid package aimed at the agriculture industry is not enough, said a group of farming and ranching organizations.
Agencies come together to support geothermal industry

Agencies come together to support geothermal industry

Several different agencies have expressed their support for geothermal energy.