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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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View the current corn heat units map for Saskatchewan. (PDF)
Evaluated and compiled annually by the Ministry of Agriculture, these statistics are organized by Crop District.
Keep up to date on seeding, haying and harvest progress as well as on precipitation and soil moisture conditions.
Search the crop yield database by rural municipality, commodity and growing season. Please note that 2018 yields are based on Saskatchewan Crop Insurance data and Saskatchewan Crop Report data. Prior to 2018, Statistics Canada data was also incorporated – this data is no longer available.
View past issues of the Crop Report from the current and previous years.
Markets Trends is a searchable database of current and archived prices of Saskatchewan agricultural commodities.
View the latest specialty crop report which contains statistics on yield, production, price and more, which are planning and decision factors when planting specialty crops.
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