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What's New on Our Website

Recent Updates:

New Content:

  • Drought in Saskatchewan - The resources and programs listed on this page are to support Saskatchewan’s agriculture sector when faced with drought conditions.
  • The newly announced Beekeeper Extraordinary Expense (BEE) Program provides financial assistance for eligible commercial producers to purchase replacement colonies due to extraordinary honeybee colony loss during the 2021/2022 winter.
  • Regenerative Agriculture Practices on the Prairies - Guiding principles of regenerative agriculture can be used to maintain and improve sustainability on an operation.
  • 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.

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