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Primary Production

Primary agricultural production in Saskatchewan is a tremendous growth area in our economyPrimary agricultural production in Saskatchewan is a tremendous growth area in our economy. Today, as producers have unprecedented access to global markets, is a time of optimism for agriculture. As farm businesses develop and expand, there are increasing opportunities for a lucrative career as a producer, working with an established producer or supporting the success of primary producers. In 2013, the value of agriculture and food exports in Saskatchewan topped $11 billion and the driving force behind that prosperity is the province’s primary producers. 

With that much economic activity in the sector, there are corresponding opportunities for a very rewarding and profitable career. The need is there, the opportunities are there, so maybe YOU should be there. 

Saskatchewanderer Seeds with SeedMaster

Technology has changed farming for the better. This Saskatchewan-based business is known for their innovative designs and seeding precision

"Howe" Amazing! The Howe Family Farm
The Howe Family Farm is a forward-thinking operation that combines passion and technology to ship their cattle's genetics all over the world!

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