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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Bunge Getting Pushed To Make Changes

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that investment firm D.E.Shaw & Co. has boosted its stake in Bunge Ltd. and is pushing the grain trader to make operational improvements and add board members.... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Canada Secures Access In Key ASEAN Markets

The Government of Canada has announced new market access for live cattle exports to the Philippines, as well as sheep and goat genetics exports to Indonesia and the Philippines. “Canada is building s... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Healing And Health Through Food

The Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health and Medicine in Winnipeg is doing work to learn more about harnessing the health benefits of the food we eat. Researchers are working on foods, ra... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Cereals Canada Takes Part In Italy Meetings

Cereals Canada President Cam Dahl joined Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay during a stop in Italy last week. The two took part in talks surrounding country of origin labeling on pasta, w... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Saskatchewan Is Key Player In Global Fertilizer Industry

A change in the weather should see some good harvest activity over the next week. Farmers continue to work on increasing production to meet growing population needs and for many producers, fertilizer... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Still Time To Donate To FCC Drive Away Hunger Campaign

Farm Credit Canada’s Drive Away Hunger Campaign helps to provide meals for food banks here in Saskatchewan and across Canada. Individuals are encouraged to stop by their local FCC office or participa... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

North West Terminal Cancels Weekend Deliveries After Fire

The office at North West Terminal re-opened Friday, following a fire early Thursday morning. North West Terminal thanking the Unity Fire Department and all the volunteers for their efforts and dedica... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

October is Agriculture Month

Our Food Has A Story is the theme for Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan. Clinton Monchuk is the Executive Director for Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan. He says it’s important that farmers take time ... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Update On Grain Dryer Fire At North West Terminal

Unity RCMP sending out an update on that fire at the North West Grain Terminal. As of 3:22 pm on Thursday RCMP and Unity Fire crews were still at the scene of the fire.  RCMP responded to a call... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

USDA October WASDE Report 'Modestly Friendly'

There was a slight bump in the markets Thursday following the release of the USDA October World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report. Jon Driedger, senior market analyst with FarmL... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

MacAulay Concludes EU Tour

Canada's Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister, Lawrence MacAulay, has concluded his agricultural outreach mission to Europe. During his trip, he visited Spain, Belgium, and Italy. "The Canada-European ... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Status Update Released On National Beef Strategy

The Canadian Beef Advisors released a progress report on the 2015-2019 National Beef Strategy. The strategy was created by the national beef organizations to position the industry for greater profita... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Farmers Continue To Work On The Harvest

Farmer’s continue to work away at the harvest as weather allows. Crops Extension Specialist Shannon Friesen says producers have been delayed by snow and cool, wet weather. As a result, there’s a lot... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Viterra opens Wadena Terminal

Viterra officially opened their new high throughput grain terminal at Wadena on Wednesday. The facility has a storage capacity of 34,000 metric tonnes and is capable of loading up to 156 railcars thr... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Emergency Crews Battling Fire At North West Terminal At Unity

Emergency crews are currently battling a fire at the North West Grain Terminal at Unity.  The Unity Fire Department was apparently called out to the facility shortly after 7 am this morning.&nbs... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Corn Silage Interest Grows

There’s still a lot of crop waiting to be harvested around the province. Rick Toney is a cattle producer in the Gull Lake area and is waiting for a change in the weather to harvest his first Corn cro... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Dairy Farmers Say Market Access Given Up In USMCA Is Closer To Four Per Cent

Under the new U.S. - Mexico - Canada Agreement (USMCA), dairy farmers in this country are expecting to lose about $192 million every year as a result of the market access that was given up to the Amer... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Hunters Encouraged to Get Landowner Permission

Hunters are being reminded to check with landowners and ask permission prior to entering all land whether it’s posted or not. Rich Hildebrand with the Ministry of Environment says they stress the imp... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Propane Demand Strong With Wet Harvest

Farmers in some areas of the Prairies are waiting for propane deliveries as this year’s wet harvest is causing record-high demands on the product. Grain dryers are working overtime right now as farme... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Challenging Harvest For Producers

There's still a lot of crop out in the field in the northern and central areas of the Province where they’ve seen their share of cool, wet weather and snow. Agriculture Minister David Marit says he u... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

U of S Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence Opens

It was a big day for Saskatchewan’s Beef sector yesterday with the official opening of the U of S Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence at Clavet. The $38 million dollar facility was funded throu... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Professor Questions If USMCA Will Pass Congress

More reaction on this week’s United States, Mexico, Canada agreement this time from south of the border. Andy Schmitz owns land at Moose Jaw but is also a Professor of Food and Resource Economics at ... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Goodale Says USMCA Is A Good Deal

Saskatchewan Liberal MP Ralph Goodale says he’s pleased with the new United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement. He says the new trade agreement with the U-S and Mexico is a good agreement for Canada; i... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

FCC Offering Financial Support To Hog Producers

Farm Credit Canada is offering support for hog-producing customers facing financial hardship as a result of international trade disputes. Hog prices in Canada have declined by 30 per cent over the la... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Canadian Pork Council Hopes USMCA Brings Stabiltiy To Markets

Canadian pork producers were pleased to learn that Canada, the United States, and Mexico agreed on a renewed trade agreement USMCA) after difficult negotiations. This comes as Canadian pork producers ... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Harvest Is Slow Going

Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Weekly Crop Report shows the majority of crop damage this past week was due to lodging from snow and rain.  Despite the weather, we did see some harvest prog... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Chicken, Egg Producers Concerned With New Free Trade Deal

Canadian egg farmers are concerned with the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), as additional access has been granted to the Canadian egg market. “The outcome of the negotiations will ... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

WCWGA Says New Trade Agreement Requires Change To Canada's Grain Act

The Western Canadian Wheatgrowers Association sees the United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement as a good step forward for Canada. One change impacting the Wheat sector is that any registered wheat va... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

Rain And Snow Continue To Delay Harvest

Jim Wickett farms in the Rosetown area and says they woke up to snow again this morning. He said he just finished the harvest on Saturday, but notes he’s one of the lucky ones in the area adding as s... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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Glenda-Lee Vossler

CCA Pleased With USMCA

Canada’s Dairy Industry may not be pleased with the new USMCA but the Beef sector is. John Masswohl is the Director of Government and International Relations with the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association... COM_MONTHLYARCHIVE_READMORE

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