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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Producers in feeder cattle or bison associations may apply for a portion of the interest paid on their advance to be rebated through the Federal Advanced Payments Program.
All Saskatchewan game farmers are required to enrol and to report suspected cases of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).
Information on both the Hay Salvage and Ditch Mowing programs.
This program provides voluntary meat inspection of abattoirs and meat processing plants to help enhance humane handling and food safety.
In Saskatchewan, an annual licence is required from the Ministry of Agriculture to establish or operate a fur farm or trade in fur farm animals or products.
This program supports the development of the game farm industry in Saskatchewan by providing licensing and regulatory programs.
The goal of this program is to help ensure intensive livestock operations develop environmentally sound production practices for a safe, responsible industry.
The Livestock Development Checklist is a tool to help with the livestock development process.
The Livestock Loan Guarantee (LLG) program will cease active operation on July 31, 2019.
Livestock Services of Saskatchewan is a non-profit corporation owned and operated by the five main livestock producer groups that require inspection services. Find information on livestock brand inspection along with the registered brands and registered livestock dealers databases.
Producers or business owners who own, lease or rent property where livestock and poultry are grown, bred, kept, raised, displayed, assembled or disposed of should register for a PID number.
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