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Turning farmland into acreages can be risky

Turning farmland into acreages can be risky

Subdividing a quarter section might be profitable but can also bring new neighbours who may object to commonly used farming practices.
Used farm equipment woes not 'doomsday by any stretch'

Used farm equipment woes not 'doomsday by any stretch'

The growth of large farms is leaving smaller ones behind, making it harder to sell used machinery.
Grain company compensation tied up in court

Grain company compensation tied up in court

Producers face security shortfall at W.A. Grain and Pulse Solutions, but grain commission waits for receivership ruling.
Value added on the Prairies: 40 years in the making

Value added on the Prairies: 40 years in the making

Editorial: involvement in new agriculture initiatives will only help the industry.
Province to benefit from wheat straw technology

Province to benefit from wheat straw technology

Innovation Saskatchewan with Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada provided $890,000 in funding to help develop wheat straw pulping technology
B.C. company expands pulse processing footprint in Sask.

B.C. company expands pulse processing footprint in Sask.

Adroit Canada purchases three processing facilities after W.A. Grain and Pulse Solution placed into receivership in April
Feds asked to rethink fertilizer emission target

Feds asked to rethink fertilizer emission target

Industry proposes ‘emissions intensity’ targets to measure fertilizer use improvements rather than a 30 percent across-the-board reduction.
Expensive corn to keep feed barley prices high

Expensive corn to keep feed barley prices high

Barely prices are staying true, while other feedgrain prices drop.
Work planned on ag labour strategy

Work planned on ag labour strategy

A national workforce strategy is in the planning stages from a group of partners.
Precision Ag announces expansion plans in Carnduff

Precision Ag announces expansion plans in Carnduff

Fertilizer plant will expand