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Specialty Crop Report

This report contains statistics on several planning and decision factors involved with the planting of specialty crops in Saskatchewan. These factors often include the area planted, yield, production, price, precipitation and insects. Specialty crops examined include mustard, lentils, peas, canaryseed, chickpeas, soybeans, fall rye, hemp and faba beans.

The information focuses mostly on Saskatchewan production statistics and trade information, and helps Saskatchewan producers plan for subsequent years. It also depicts trends in specialty crop production and logistics.

Download the 2023 Specialty Crop Report (PDF)

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