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What's New on Our Website

Recent Updates:

New Content:

  • Irrigation Regulatory Requirements - Legislated requirements for irrigation districts and irrigators as identified in The Irrigation Act, 2019 and The Irrigation Regulations, 2020.
  • The Building and Strengthening Indigenous Supports (BASIS) team is working to build relationships with First Nations and Métis people through agricultural programming opportunities.
  • Diamondback moth is arriving in Saskatchewan, but numbers are currently low.
  • Grain Contracts - The objective of this page is to provide general information to producers about forward grain contracts and help them understand what signing a forward contract means in terms of commitments and risks.

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Agriculture News Releases

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