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Interesting Article on the conversation around large vs small seeding equipment

Posted in Saskatchewan / Agriculture

Western Producer article link   BRANDON — There’s a growing debate between proponents of big drills pulled at a relatively low speeds and proponents of small drills pulled at high speeds. Conventional thinkers advocate the type of wide low-speed drills that have evolved in prairie...


Full Section of Land for Sale - Whitewood SK

Full Section of Land for Sale - Whitewood SK

Posted in Saskatchewan / Farm Land For Sale / Agriculture

Here is a full section of land available just SW of Whitewood SK.  There has been trenching done on the property to increase total cultivated acres.  Owner has been collecting rent on 535 cultivated acres over the past few years. Go here for full listing details. Please contact us for...


2720 Acre Grain Farm - Grenfell SK

2720 Acre Grain Farm - Grenfell SK

Posted in Saskatchewan / Farm Land For Sale / Agriculture

LIST PRICE:  $5,500,000 Here are 17 quarters of high quality, open grain land bordering #1 Highway only 5 minutes west of Grenfell SK. The yard site is located only 1 mile south of the #1 and includes a 1,360 sq ft farm house, 2 farm equipment storage sheds, a barn in good condition and...


EU changes could boost Canadian flax price

Posted in Saskatchewan / Agriculture

Here is an interested article from the Western Producer talking about the potential opportunity for a boost with Canadian flax in 2017.  I know it was a struggle for many farmers to get their flax in this year, so any news about a potential price increase is good news. The tweaking of a...


Mosaic Purchases Vale Potash Assests

Posted in Saskatchewan / Agriculture

The Mosaic Company has purchased the fertilizer arm of the mining giant Vale.  For people in the Regina area, this includes the proposed Vale Potash project at Kronau. It was rumored to be in the works for a while, but it is now official.  This is an interesting development for the Regina area,...


Weak Canadian Dollar Boosts Canola Prices

Posted in Saskatchewan / Agriculture / wheat farming / canola

Canola carved out a narrow increase Wednesday mostly on a weaker loonie. The Canadian dollar fell along with crude oil, which was down on some disappointing numbers in a weekly U.S. crude supply report and on forecasts that if OPEC does not cut production as it has committed, the global...


Be careful with your stored canola!

Posted in Saskatchewan / Agriculture / canola

I know this story is a few days old, but it is definitely a sobering reminder for all farmers to keep a very close eye on their stored canola.   An extraordinary photo that went viral on social media depicting a bin fire should serve as a stark reminder of how wrong things can go when...


Canadian wheat and canola crops expected to top last years output

Posted in Saskatchewan / Agriculture / wheat farming / canola

From AgCanada.com Canada’s wheat and canola crops withstood wintry weather that stalled the autumn harvest, and production topped last year’s output, according to Reuters’ industry survey of 13 analysts and traders. Statistics Canada on Tuesday will issue its final crop production estimates...


Southeast Saskatchewan Crop Report - November 2016

Crop District 1 -Carnduff, Estevan, Redvers, Moosomin and Kipling areas;Crop District 2 – Weyburn, Milestone, Moose Jaw, Regina and Qu’Appelle areas;Crop District 3ASE – Radville and Lake Alma areasFor the Period November 15 to 21, 2016  Warm and relatively dry weather conditions into...


Canadian Wheat and Canola stockpiles at lowest level in years.

Posted in canola / wheat farming / Agriculture / Farm Land For Sale

This is an interesting article on the Canadian stockpiles of both wheat and canola. It has been interesting to watch the evolution of grain production in Canada. With the always growing varieties of crops that today's farmers are willing to try, it makes sense that our wheat stockpiles aren't...