January Grain of the Month: Oats
Using Oats for Winter Beauty
Did you know Oats can be used as a natural remedy to sooth some of the skin and hair problems many people experience during the dry cold of winter? People have been using oats for centuries — the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans all used oats for skin conditions like rashes, eczema and more. Since they are all-natural and very gentle on skin, oats may also be a good choice for people who are sensitive to store-bought skin and haircare products.
33rd Plant Sciences Graduate Student Symposium
The 33rd annual Plant Sciences Graduate Student Symposium brings together graduate students from three universities studying various topics in Plant Sciences. This year's symposium will feature students from the University of Saskatchewan, the University of Manitoba, the University of Alberta and North Dakota State University.
Oat Options For Your Lifestyle
It’s never been easier to eat well and maintain a healthy lifestyle thanks to Canadian oats. With several delicious varieties readily available, there’s something for everyone when it comes to oats and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Oats and Managing Diabetes
Diabetes is a growing health concern in North America. It can affect many areas of your health and lifestyle, but adding oats into your daily routine can help manage your diabetes.
Canada to Plant as Much as 13% More Oats
Canadian farmers were expected to increase acres planted to oats by 12% to 13% from 2016,...
Oats After Breakfast
With approximately four grams of fibre in a cup of cooked instant oatmeal, oats are a great way to...
Sweet or Savoury, Canadian Oats are Delicious and Nutritious
For many people around the world, a warm bowl of nutritious and filling oatmeal made from Canadian oats is...
POGA President Overcomes Harvest Challenges to Support African Schools
MANITOBA – When Manitoba oat grower and Prairie Oat Growers Association President, Art Enns, sowed a...
Keeping Markets Open: Fall Application of Glyphosate
Grain farmers must pay attention to two critical issues related to the pre-harvest application of...