Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Producers Wanted: Grazing Research Project

Dr. Richard Teague, Ecosystem Science and Management, Texas A&M Agrilife Research is requesting assistance from producers participants in the Prairie Provinces that practice “Adaptive Multi-Paddock Grazing” (aka Mob Grazing, Management Intensive Grazing, Holistic Management, High-Stock Density, Short-Rotation Grazing, etc.) on their farms and ranches. This Grazing Research Project is being coordinated and conducted with the University of Alberta in Edmonton and a research team of grazing experts, ecological scientists, and soil health experts.

If you are interested in participating or have more questions please click on the following link:

Please complete the survey by March 10, 2017

Posted March 6, 2017


CRSB Sustainability Indicators for Beef Production

NEWS RELEASE: Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef seeks final public input on sustainability indicators for beef production

February 28, 2017

Since 2015, the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB) has worked collaboratively with its multi- stakeholder membership to develop sustainability indicators for beef production in Canada. These indicators are part of a verified sustainable beef framework the organization is developing, and reflect what will be measured to verify sustainable practices on individual beef operations. The CRSB would like to thank all those who participated in the first public consultation on these sustainability indicators.

The CRSB is seeking the public’s final comments on an updated draft of the indicators for beef operations, which have been updated based on feedback from the first draft in 2016. This 30-day public consultation will take place from February 28 to April 1, 2017, and will be the final opportunity for public comment. All relevant materials and instructions can be found at All comments will be reviewed, and a written response to each comment will be posted on the CRSB website following the consultation. Additional public consultations will be carried out later this spring on a similar series of indicators for processors, and the CRSB looks forward to your feedback.

To read the full press release, click here.

Posted March 3, 2017


Field Technician Position

The Frenchman Wood River Weed Management Area (WMA) is looking to fill the vacancy of Field Technician

Timeframe: April 18, 2017 to October 31, 2017 with option to renew.

Location: Flexible, depending on preference of successful applicant. Geographic range is between RM's of Val Marie and Wood Mountain.

For more information, click here.

Posted March 3, 2017

A Special Thank You to Saskatchewan Forage Council Sponsors



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Brett Young

Speedrite  Union Forage



Ducks Unlimited Northstar
Pickseed Ponderosa
SaskMilk SCIC


The SFC also gratefully acknowledges funding for…
‘Facilitating Forage Initiatives in Saskatchewan’ project through the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association Industry Development Fund (SCAIDF)