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Remembering the McCullough family of Cannington Lake

Remembering the McCullough family of Cannington Lake

The McCullough Farm has a rich history.
Differences appear over rail service investigations

Differences appear over rail service investigations

Canadian Transportation Agency requires level of service complaint before acting, but shippers say that’s not necessary.
Ukraine faces 35 percent wheat drop

Ukraine faces 35 percent wheat drop

The USDA is forecasting a 21 percent reduction in wheat harvested area and an 18 percent drop in yields in Ukraine.
No relief seen for high fertilizer prices

No relief seen for high fertilizer prices

Global supply of ammonia, urea and UAN all tight.
Rosetown's Czech community gets visit from the old country

Rosetown's Czech community gets visit from the old country

Ambassador visits descendants of Czech homesteaders who helped settle Western Canada more than 100 years ago.
Radville siblings bond over clothing business Farm Candy

Radville siblings bond over clothing business Farm Candy

Rural and farming themes play a major role in the rural Saskatchewan company, which markets clothing and accessories.
Southeast Club Calf Cruze makes return to Weyburn

Southeast Club Calf Cruze makes return to Weyburn

Young cattle producers from around the southeast took part in the judged competition
Go wild! Fill your garden with native plants, bees and butterflies

Go wild! Fill your garden with native plants, bees and butterflies

Native plants evolved alongside wild bees, butterflies and other species. As a result, they provide better habitat than ornamental varieties do.
Producers can access funding for irrigation infrastructure

Producers can access funding for irrigation infrastructure

The Irrigation Development Program supports installation of pumps and pipelines.
This week should see seeded crops emerging

This week should see seeded crops emerging

Saskatchewan Agriculture's Crop Report for the period May 3 to 9