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What's New on Our Website

Recent Updates:

  • Reports of diamondback moth captures are occurring in multiple regions. Numbers are currently low to moderate, but we will continue to monitor and update this data weekly.
  • Trade Statistics - Trade export numbers now updated.
  • Crop Report has started for the 2023 growing season.
  • Sustainable CAP launched on April 1, 2023 - The Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (Sustainable CAP) is a five-year, $485-million investment by federal and provincial governments in strategic initiatives for Saskatchewan agriculture.

New Content:

  • Saskatchewan Small Holder Swine Health Surveillance Program - The Ministry of Agriculture offers free post-mortem examination of non-commercial, small holder domestic swine to veterinarians, producers and owners in Saskatchewan through Prairie Diagnostic Services (PDS) in Saskatoon. Learn about eligibility and how to submit swine for examination.
  • Crop Production News is back for 2023. Check out the latest edition now.
  • An Agri-Environmental Risk Assessment evaluates practices in soil and nutrient management; crop and pest management; water, biodiversity and land use; handling and storage of farm inputs; pollution and energy efficiency, and livestock and feed management.
  • Irrigation Regulatory Requirements - Legislated requirements for irrigation districts and irrigators as identified in The Irrigation Act, 2019 and The Irrigation Regulations, 2020.

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Agriculture News Releases

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