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Saskatchewan crops developing normally

Saskatchewan Agriculture crop report for the week ending July 18

Click here for the full provincial report by district. Livestock producers continue with haying operations throughout the province, although frequent rain and high humidity have slowed progress. Twenty-two per cent of the hay crop has been cut and 28 per cent is baled or put into silage. The five year average (2011-2015) for hay progress […] Read more

Cool weather delays Saskatchewan seeding

Seeding is underway in the southwest but cool weather has delayed seeding in most other areas of Saskatchewan this week, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s crop report for the week ending April 26. Less than one per cent of the crop has been seeded, primarily peas, lentils and canola. Producers have taken advantage of the lull […] Read more

Seeding underway in southwest Saskatchewan

Seeding has begun in the southwest corner of the province, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s first weekly crop report of 2009. A late spring, combined with cooler temperatures and precipitation, has delayed seeding in most other areas of the province. The northern and central regions are still one to two weeks away from the start of […] Read more