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Wheat rally likely not in the cards

Wheat rally likely not in the cards

Analyst says there will have to be drought in one or two key exporting regions of the world to prompt a rally.
Free weather stations offered to further FHB research

Free weather stations offered to further FHB research

Requesting assistance to enhance Saskatchewan Fusarium head blight maps.
Disease affecting U.S. dairy cows re-identified as bird flu

Disease affecting U.S. dairy cows re-identified as bird flu

USDA says affected dairy cows do not appear to be transmitting the virus.
Grain Company Zeghers Canada lose licenses after failing to pay farmers

Grain Company Zeghers Canada lose licenses after failing to pay farmers

Any Canadian grain farmer owed money by Zeghers is urged to contact the Canadian Grain Commission immediately.
Passion for agriculture innovation earns recognition

Passion for agriculture innovation earns recognition

Blake Weiseth recognized for contributions in Saskatchewan.
Case IH updates Magnum tractor line

Case IH updates Magnum tractor line

Company’s plans include more horsepower, a new transmission and technology bundles for the 2025 model year.
Wheat Cluster projects develop sustainable varieties

Wheat Cluster projects develop sustainable varieties

Sask Wheat allocates nearly $3 million to the future of the wheat sector.
New American pork regulations will likely boost inflation

New American pork regulations will likely boost inflation

It’s a recipe for inefficiency as pigs begin being sold and shipped and slaughtered in places they wouldn’t ‘naturally’ go.
SmartTrax tractors get design update

SmartTrax tractors get design update

More horsepower, faster ground speeds in place with new track module, and upgraded axle design for 2025 model year.
Manage saline soil and weeds with tile drainage

Manage saline soil and weeds with tile drainage

It can take years for tile drainage to improve soils, and the practice doesn’t make economic sense for every field.