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Discrepancy shows up in wheat ending stock estimates

Discrepancy shows up in wheat ending stock estimates

A critically important difference, because ending stocks are highly correlated with price.
In bad taste

In bad taste

Funding supports research into making oilseed proteins tastier.
Strategy targets prevention and response to invasive species

Strategy targets prevention and response to invasive species

Invasive species cited for damage to waterways, crops and rangeland.
Helping micro-ag businesses do business

Helping micro-ag businesses do business

Trade certification program for micro and small food enterprises funded.
Gardiner Dam plans to double Sask. irrigation stalls

Gardiner Dam plans to double Sask. irrigation stalls

Speaking at the new office, Minister Responsible for the Water Security Agency Jeremy Cockrill said the $6 million upgrade was badly needed.
China’s hog herd remains static despite price jump

China’s hog herd remains static despite price jump

The quarterly inventory was 444 million hogs, up from 438 million in the third quarter of 2021.
Sask. clarifies new crown lease wording

Sask. clarifies new crown lease wording

The Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association solicited feedback from its members on changes.
Opinion: Daycare is no place to promote veganism

Opinion: Daycare is no place to promote veganism

Food choices are ones any adult and their family can make.
Grass-fed vs. grain-fed: what’s best?

Grass-fed vs. grain-fed: what’s best?

Trade-offs dominate as researchers in California compare outcomes in various types of grass-fed beef production.
Farmer questions tire shred in dugout fill

Farmer questions tire shred in dugout fill

A Saskatchewan farmer is concerned that the provincial government is filling his dugout with shredded tires.
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