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Agriculture Roundup for Tuesday, December 6, 2022

The head of a beekeepers’ association in Manitoba said this year was an especially tough one, and he’s worried about the coming winter weather.

Red River Apiarists’ Association president John Russell said a late and snowy spring killed a lot of bees this year and said it will be “honey armageddon” if there’s another like it.

Bob Podolsky, owner of Podolski Honey Farms in Ethelbert, said he took his bees to B.C. to overwinter in hopes that more will survive by keeping them in a milder climate.

The Saskatchewan Pulse Growers (SPG) board of directors’ elections results have been released.

Newly elected are Robyn Henry of Hodgeville and Stuart Lawrence of Rosetown.

Brad Blackwell of Dinsmore was re-elected.

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July 18, 2022. A fire started while the farmers were harvesting this years wheat crop. There were no injuries or loss of farm equipment. Crop loss is unknown.