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The Agri-Food Council is an independent board accountable to the Minister of Agriculture for the supervision of all agencies established under The Agri-Food Act, 2004.
The Farm Land Security Board is a quasi-judicial tribunal whose members are appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
Find Crop Protection Lab Services, Pest Control programs and officers.
Learn more about the programs and services available to help you be successful in livestock production.
Environmental programming is intended to improve producer and public understanding of the possible impact of agriculture on the environment.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture is committed to providing the industry with up-to-date information and services to support agricultural production in the province.
An improved public perception of agriculture is a strategic priority for the Ministry of Agriculture, and we are committed to supporting industry in their awareness efforts.
These programs provide guidelines and direction to help develop sound production practices for a safe, responsible industry.
Support for conflict and crisis due to farm-related stress is available 24/7 and is completely confidential. Communicate to find solutions.
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