Breeding programs continue to focus on increasing yields and improving disease resistance. They’re also trying to address the needs of millers who are demanding plumper, better quality oat grains and higher beta-glucan content.
The highly anticipated quarterly grain stocks and seeding intentions report was released March 31, 2016 by USDA.
Calling Oat Growers: Crop Rotation Survey
Calling All Oat Growers*
After the December Climate Change Conference in Paris, it is expected that Canada will increase its commitments to addressing climate change.
Prairie Oat Prices
A sampling of oat prices across the Prairies..
Outlook for Principal Field Crops
2015-16 oat exports are to decrease by 5%, while oat product exports are to increase by about 11%.
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...
MOGA and SODC Director Nominations Open
Are you interested in becoming a director or do you know someone who is? Director nominations are...
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...