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Farm vandalism strikes Sask. seeding operation

Farm vandalism strikes Sask. seeding operation

Bullets and fenceline destruction hit farm hard at critical time near the end of seeding, in remote area.
Canada could help Ukraine's grain storage crisis

Canada could help Ukraine's grain storage crisis

About 20 million tonnes of grain are sitting due to blocked seaports and damaged infrastructure.
Crop watchers add ‘soy-fallow’ to their lexicon

Crop watchers add ‘soy-fallow’ to their lexicon

Farmers say growing soybeans ensures the following crop is successful.
Food versus fuel, EU questions canola

Food versus fuel, EU questions canola

The European Union is a large market for Canadian canola, accounting for 11 percent of 2021 sales and 21 percent of the 2020 export program.
Rain and thunderstorms impact seeding operations

Rain and thunderstorms impact seeding operations

Saskatchewan Agriculture's Crop Report for the period June 7 to 13.
Giant FBN inputs hub for Saskatoon

Giant FBN inputs hub for Saskatoon

New facility will replace two existing warehouses.
Well-known agricultural researcher gets trial date

Well-known agricultural researcher gets trial date

Yantai Gan faces fraud and breach of trust charges.
Regional applied colleges get smart with agreement on research

Regional applied colleges get smart with agreement on research

Smart Farm near Craik to be a commercial scale farming operation.
Canola enjoys U.S. soybean oil’s success

Canola enjoys U.S. soybean oil’s success

U.S. domestic soybean oil consumption is forecast to grow by 3.3 percent in 2022-23.
Beef cattle processing brings with it many challenges

Beef cattle processing brings with it many challenges

Government has a goal to double capacity by 2030.