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Crop report for the period of July 27 to August 2 2021

Crop report for the period of July 27 to August 2 2021

Harvest has started
Rain too late to affect crop yield for most Saskatchewan farmers

Rain too late to affect crop yield for most Saskatchewan farmers

Many producers would like more rain to recharge the water table and help with pasture growth; any rain now is too late to affect crop yield.
Midale Pioneer Echoes weekend celebrates history

Midale Pioneer Echoes weekend celebrates history

Farming history was celebrated during two days of activities in Midale.
Irrigation project to stimulate SK economy

Irrigation project to stimulate SK economy

The Lake Diefenbaker Irrigation Project is looking to widen the scope of irrigable land in the province, with the first phase beginning with the Westside rehabilitation and expansion.

Government of Canada taking action to support farmers facing extreme weather

Today, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced concrete measures the Government of Canada is taking to deliver the necessary support and resources for producers in areas affected by extreme weather.

Crop report for the period of July 13 to July 19, 2021

Crops remain extremely stressed from the lack of moisture and continue to advance quickly due to the heat and dry conditions throughout the growing season.

Whitewood 4-H Regional Show & Sale

The Whitewood 4-H Regional held their annual show and sale on June 29 and 30, continuing with the two-day format since 2018. On the Tuesday, the kids competed in showmanship and judging.
Hydraulic room opens at the Living Sky Co-op in Peebles

Hydraulic room opens at the Living Sky Co-op in Peebles

Living Sky Co-op in Peebles carries many supplies including hardware, garden supplies, lumber and more.
Carievale 4-H Beef Club Achievement Day Results

Carievale 4-H Beef Club Achievement Day Results

The Carievale 4-H Beef Club held its annual achievement day at the Carievale Riding Arena on June 11. It was wet and windy, but everyone was thankful for the three inches of much needed rain.
Crop report for the period June 29 TO July 5, 2021

Crop report for the period June 29 TO July 5, 2021

With very little recent rainfall and a long stretch of hot temperatures, crops are rapidly advancing across the province.