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To assist growers in contract negotiation and interpretation, the Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA) collected contracts from the major purchasers of grain and prepared this guide to help growers better understand grain contracts.
Find a comprehensive list of grain graders in our province and links to other information on sampling.
Find information on markets, packaging, trucking, export administration, and getting paid when selling hay to the USA market.
This publication will assist you to create a marketing strategy will help you make reasoned marketing decisions, manage price risk and improve market returns.
Find a list of contact details for special crop marketing companies.
Find information on selling vegetables on or near a farm site and how to best market produce with this method.
Finding a listing of Saskatchewan's organic marketers and processors to make inquiries.
Find out about the rules and regulations around selling grain to the U.S.
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