Tuesday, March 31, 2020

2020 Crop Insurance Program

Released on February 25, 2020


Today, Federal Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit announced enhancements to the 2020 Crop Insurance Program.

This year, Saskatchewan producers will continue to access high coverage while seeing a decrease in premiums. The Crop Insurance Program continues to adapt to the changing agricultural landscape in the province.

“Our hardworking farmers have faced difficult weather throughout 2019 and we are committed to help them manage these risks,” Bibeau said. “Through the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Program, we are helping give Saskatchewan farmers the tools needed to deal with unpredictable weather, so they can continue producing high quality food for the world, while supporting our communities and livelihoods.”

Read more about enhancements to the 2020 Crop Insurance Program here


 

Sask Government Announces Major Support for Livestock Research

Regina, SK, Canada / 620 CKRM The Source | Country Music, News, Sports in Sask , Jim Smalley

Livestock research in Saskatchewan is getting big boost.

Agriculture Minister David Marit has outlined nearly 8.1 million dollars will be spent on 28 livestock and forage research projects this year.

Marit says the federal-provincial funds include 3.2 million dollars in support for the U of S Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence.

Marit says the support will ensure vital advancements in agricultural research.

Read more

Posted January 30, 2020


 

 

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Facilitating Forage Initiatives in Saskatchewan’ project through the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association Industry Development Fund (SCAIDF)

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