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John Augerhandle MD Sep 11
Since proving again it’s a dry weather crop, it’s time for the South to flood the North’s core crop with acres. They can see how it feels.
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Danielle Wildfong 18h
Hey tell me this, "If it wasn't for I would've never: found, learnt, met, ...etc." PS Thanks for keeping us connected
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Sask Wheat 21h
Stats Canada has revised their 2018 production estimates. They now expect Saskatchewan farmers to produce over 9 million acres of spring wheat and 4.5 million acres of durum, up 4% and 17% from 2017, Read more in the :
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Amanda Stephenson Sep 14
Here's a feature on a topic I have been wanting to write about for a while. Thanks to all those who opened up to me about their inner struggles:
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Shane Thomas Sep 18
Low vigour can leave susceptible for longer to insect damage from flea beetles. Proper fertility enhances yield and can be a component of integrated pest management, an often forgot about benefit of strong nutrition/fertility.
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Rick Kudras Sep 11
Some very scary hours this morning as you can see. Managed to get the grain out and save the bin. Credit to Westeel and their good manufacturing as nothing bent!
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Peter Manness Sep 14
Right now is a great time to check your actual old crop grain sales to date vs your Jan 1 inventory values. Will confirm your ability to measure and value inventory and whether you are starting the new crop sales season ahead or behind.
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Jeremy Simes Sep 12
After this morning’s snow, some farmers are bracing for another wet and problematic harvest this year. They are still possitive despite the circumstances.
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Lisa Guenther 50m
Clean Farms taking old livestock meds and pesticides in N Sask in early Oct
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Greg Stamp Sep 16
Checking out the Quinoa tonight
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Leander Campbell Sep 18
Next to Pennant SK we spotted this young field. Trying to figure out for sure what it is. Any guesses?
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Page Newton Sep 12
All men beware of - check out her with 9mm glock!!! Dont mess with her!!!
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Cigi Sep 17
participants talk with Kelly about gluten this afternoon in the Analytical Services lab
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Jared Haight Sep 17
I'd be okay if the "warming" part of global warming kicked in today.. All I want for Christmas is to finish
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Leander Campbell Sep 19
Spent some time with Research Agronomist, Kaila Hamilton from today learning about growing quinoa in . Shown are their golden variety & a field blend of colours red/orange/purple... & my 1st time seeing this crop type.
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Pioneer Seeds Canada 19h
Some of the first soybeans yield results are in, with P007A90R!
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Rob Schmeichel Sep 18
Entrepreneurship in full gear at the Johnson orchard...Sept 13
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Trevor Bacque Sep 14
Great story on farmer mental health by . Thanks for being so open about the realities of your farm business .
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Lyndsey Smith Sep 18
Today's starts in two! with the news, on hog markets, 's Heather Watson and more. Check out
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Bushel Plus Multi Calibration System Sep 17
If you've thought about a Bushel Plus system for a while now, don't hesitate to call 204-402-0666 with any questions you might have. Helping producers is our number one priority.
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