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Exchange is a bimonthly e-newsletter for Saskatchewan's agriculture industry, featuring news and information related to trade and market development, industry trends and agricultural policy.
Fuel Tax Exemption Permit holders (i.e. farmers, commercial fishers, trappers and loggers) may purchase a portion of their gasoline tax exempt from registered bulk fuel dealers, cardlock or keylock operations for use in their farming, commercial fishing, trapping or logging activities.
Support for conflict and crisis due to farm related stress is available 24/7 and is completely confidential. Communicate to find solutions.
Discover tools available to help producers calculate economic costs and plan for their future.
The Forage, Feed and Custom Service Listing provides the opportunity to list feed products and custom services for sale or view products that have been listed for sale.
Fruit News is designed to serve the information needs of Saskatchewan’s burgeoning fruit industry
Learn how to dispose of grain bags in an environmentally-friendly way with collection sites available across the province.
The Agriculture Implements Act regulates the sale, lease and distribution of agricultural implements or parts in Saskatchewan. Learn how it works for you.
Find the latest maps on crop, weed, insect, disease, moisture conditions and more.
The Sask AG Now blog has region-specific information on crops, livestock, forages, farm business management, lands and agriculture awareness.
Saskatchewan Agriculture specialists share their expertise on a variety of agronomic topics, visit our YouTube Channel to watch the video series.
Farmers and ranchers may receive help during dry seasons with the provision of pipes and pumps to transfer water from one location to another.
Find a series of webinars on a variety of industry-related topics to help you upgrade your skills and knowledge.
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