Near-record dry conditions in Saskatchewan plaguing farmers
May 25, 2018

Video: Near-record dry conditions in Saskatchewan plaguing farmers

Despite a wet March, the bulk of Saskatchewan has seen extremely dry conditions for over a year and the province is prone to prolonged cycles of weather.

 

 Near-record dry conditions in Saskatchewan plaguing farmers

Near-record dry conditions in Saskatchewan plaguing farmers

Despite a wet March, the bulk of Saskatchewan has seen extremely dry conditions for over a year and the province is prone to prolonged cycles of weather.... More
Mental health in agriculture

Mental health in agriculture

Megz Reynolds, a producer from Saskatchewan, discusses the struggles with mental health as a farmer.... More
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Big Farm Machines Making Haylage for Dairy Cows

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Roberta Bondar at the Arrell Food Summit, Guelph ON

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Darren Hefty talks about the importance of avoiding spraying when there is moisture or dew in your crop.... More
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