Agriculture is one of Saskatchewan's primary industries. Information for farmers, producers, and agricultural businesses on crops and marketing options, land, livestock, and business management, including new knowledge, skills, and innovations.
Increasing global demand for food, feed and fuel will require a growing value-added agriculture industry that supports primary production, technologies and partnerships with private and public players.
The agricultural business encompasses hundreds of products and services. Discover what livestock and grain farming programs are available to farmers in our province.
With Saskatchewan's agriculture such a forward facing business, research and development are important to keep Ag progressing. Learn more on what programs are furthering research in the province.
Saskatchewan's agriculture industry is strong and we want it to be perceived that way. Learn more about Agriculture in Saskatchewan.
A thriving Saskatchewan crops industry contributes to and benefits from the increasing local and global demand for food, feed, fuel and fibre. Find information on the varieties of crops grown and what goes into the production of each.
Learn about leasing Crown land by reviewing the related guidelines, policies, and processes.
Use the resources below as guidelines for developing new skills and incorporating good management practices.
Find information on how to protect farmers, their families and employees. The Farm Safety Program works with many partners to prevent injuries and to promote safe work practices on the farm.
Growing Forward 2 (GF2) is a federal-provincial-territorial policy framework of agricultural programs. In Saskatchewan, the federal and provincial governments will invest $388 million over five years on strategic initiatives, which represents a more than $25-million increase per year.
Did you know Saskatchewan is Canada's leading agri-good exporter? Discover which countries top the list of receiving countries and what they like to import.
Your gateway to livestock information. Details on a range of commodities (cattle, dairy, hogs, poultry, and more).
Find a regional office near you and book an appointment to speak with a team for any livestock, crop, or forage advice.
Learn about risk management programs available to help, which includes the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, AgriStability, and AgriInvest programs.
Considering a career in the agriculture and agri-food industry is the first step into an exciting and rewarding career. ThinkAG encourages young people to discover and explore all the career opportunities that the agriculture sector has to offer.