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The Agri-Food Council is an independent board appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council is accountable to the Minister of Agriculture for the supervision of all agencies established under The Agri-Food Act, 2004
Find Crop Protection Lab Services, Pest Control programs and officers
Hay is available free in ditches on provincial highways.
Learn how Saskatchewan’s Farm Ownership legislation reflects the continuing commitment of the Government of Saskatchewan to regulate the ownership and operation of Saskatchewan farm land by non-Canadian interests.
Find GF2 programming in Saskatchewan which includes business risk management programming (Crop Insurance, AgriStability, AgriInvest and AgriRecovery) as well as strategic initiatives to provide a comprehensive suite of programs to producers and agribusinesses.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture is committed to providing the industry with up-to-date information and services to support agricultural production in the Province.
With over six million hectares of pastureland, low cost production, and large quantities of high-quality, low-cost feed, Saskatchewan is the ideal place for livestock development. Learn more about the programs and services available to help you be successful in livestock production.
Find crop and livestock statistics in Saskatchewan.
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