We’ve updated everything — from the design to the written word — and launched our new website in August! Visit saskcanola.com for a new online experience built with farmers in mind. New research results at your fingertips, contact info for agronomists, policy positions, a new blog… and the list goes on. Your number one resource... Read More
When you clearly describe standard operating procedures (SOPs) for each major practice and piece of machinery on the farm, it helps bring consistency to performance — no matter who is doing the work.
When your consumer audience wants to know more about farming and food production, why not connect them to best source of information, our farmers? Canola Eat Well did just that by inviting over 100 dieticians and home economists as well as 10 farmers out to Kelburn farm for the evening to Learn. Create. Eat. Learn.... Read More
Leaving standing canola until at least 50 per cent seed colour change on the main stem will mean higher yield and quality than cutting earlier. These four growers wait until at least that point and are pleased with the results.