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Agricultural Research Programs
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture invests in research and development activities enhancing the diversification and profitability of agriculture in the province. The ministry offers programs that provide funding for projects in research, demonstration and adoption of new technologies ranging from the local level to the development and commercialization of new technologies.
Ministry of Agriculture's Research Branch maintains an archive of all ADF funded research projects. Here you can search for projects funded by Agriculture Development Fund (ADF), Beef Development Fund (BDF), Agri-Food Innovation Fund (AFIF), Tech Adoption and Demo (TAD), Agricultural Demonstration of Practices and Technologies (ADOPT) and Saskatchewan Agri-Value Initiative (SAVI).
The ADOPT program provides funding to help producer groups and First Nations communities demonstrate and evaluate new agricultural practices and technologies at the local level. The results of successful trials can then be adopted by agricultural operations in the region.
The Agriculture Development Fund (ADF) supports the growth of the agriculture industry in Saskatchewan. ADF develops solutions to emerging problems that constrain production and value-added processing.