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NWT announces development of Unity rail port

NWT announces development of Unity rail port

After celebrating their 25th anniversary in 2021, Unity's North West Terminal announces plans to develop a world-class processing and transportation hub at its site.
High meat prices don’t translate into producer profits: SSGA

High meat prices don’t translate into producer profits: SSGA

Stock Growers call for investigation into meat pricing.
Farm camp teaches Sask. students about food, friendship

Farm camp teaches Sask. students about food, friendship

Jackie Martin’s two young daughters went to farm camp last year, and it was a positive experience for both, she said.
Canada supports Ukrainian grain storage

Canada supports Ukrainian grain storage

A call for proposals has gone out for the purchase and installation of food or agricultural product storage, including mobile silos.
Key ingredient shortage threatens herbicide production

Key ingredient shortage threatens herbicide production

Farmers told to expect only enough Liberty to spray once this season as BASF’s Regina plant struggles to find supplies.
Sask. crop commissions take next steps toward merger

Sask. crop commissions take next steps toward merger

A second consultation about the amalgamation plan will take place after harvest and after a formal proposal is developed.
Agriculture can play role in reconciliation: chief

Agriculture can play role in reconciliation: chief

Cowessess First Nation farms 5,000 acres of grain and has approximately 150 cattle.
Company suspends canola crusher plans

Company suspends canola crusher plans

Plant was to be built at Northgate, near the Canada-United States border.
Crops in northwest are progressing, some flooding in low spots

Crops in northwest are progressing, some flooding in low spots

Insect pests are causing some issues across the region and producers have been busy spraying to keep them under control.
Visitors impressed with Canada’s Farm Show

Visitors impressed with Canada’s Farm Show

Nigerian farmer Soji Iyalla says he’ll be back for Agribition in the fall.