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Canadian Grain Industry Gathers in Saskatoon [Jan. 13-16]

Western Canadian Crop Protection Show Kicks Off

Western Canada’s premier grain industry event aimed at showcasing the latest technology, equipment and services to grain growers opens its doors this week at Prairieland Park Corporation in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

The Western Canadian Crop Production Show is expected to attract about sixteen thousand people over four days. A total of 336 companies will be present, featuring more than 1,000 trade show booth displays.

One of the largest features at the show this year is grain storage. With record yields, some farmers, especially in Saskatchewan where they grew the largest crop in the province’s history, have to revaluate their grain storage capacity situation. A number of companies are offering new options for grain storage, targeting those farmers who’ve been growing bigger yields, outgrowing their storage facilities.

More information on the Western Canadian Crop Production Show can be found on its website at:

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