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CaseIH aims high with its Teenage Top Tech education program

CaseIH aims high with its Teenage Top Tech education program

There’s a need for trained young technicians.
Avian flu spread slows in Canada

Avian flu spread slows in Canada

Alberta has been the hardest hit.
Sask. plant to make fertilizer from pulse hulls

Sask. plant to make fertilizer from pulse hulls

A $19-million micronutrient fertilizer plant planned for Rosetown.
Who will wrench on your drill next spring?

Who will wrench on your drill next spring?

Western Equipment Dealers Association has helped create a curriculum open to Grade 11 and 12 students to expose them to career opportunities in the farm equipment industry.
Tick season poses a danger to both people and livestock

Tick season poses a danger to both people and livestock

In 2021, 969 ticks were submitted through eTick and 15 were blacklegged ticks.
Antique train prepares to hit the rails

Antique train prepares to hit the rails

Farmer plans to use his collection of engines and cars to offer historic scenic tours in southwestern Saskatchewan.
76 per cent of crops have been seeded

76 per cent of crops have been seeded

Saskatchewan Agriculture's Crop Report for the period May 24 - 30.
Goats to munch on Wascana park's invasive and noxious weeds

Goats to munch on Wascana park's invasive and noxious weeds

The goats will have a menu of weeds to feast on, such as leafy spurge, absinthe, Canada thistle and common burdock.
Seeding progressing slowly in southeast region

Seeding progressing slowly in southeast region

Weyburn area farmer Dale Mainil pushed hard to finish seeding just before the rain arrived
Crop input supply chains remain intact on the prairies

Crop input supply chains remain intact on the prairies

Dry conditions in some areas and flooded and saturated conditions in others mean farmers have either used less of some products or have not been able to use any at all.