Oat growers are looking for ways to increase their yield and maintain the quality of the oats they grow. Many are using high N rates with varying degrees of success.
Yield Response and Test Weight Stability of Oat to Fertilizer N
Three More Inductees Into Sask Ag Hall of Fame for 2016
Linda Braun, Robin Morall and Pat Beaujot will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame later this year.
Attention Alberta Oat Growers: Bill 6 Feedback Online Survey
Alberta’s crop commissions urge farmers, ranchers and farm workers to participate in online survey to garner Bill 6 feedback.
Ag Risk Management Review Task Force Makes Recommendations
Manitoba’s agriculture industry made several recommendations on ways the industry can prepare for climate-related risks that will lay the foundation for future discussions on how climate change affects agriculture risk levels, Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Minister Ron Kostyshyn announced today.
Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund
Any person, business or organization with an idea that may be of benefit and practical value to Saskatchewan's agriculture and food industry is encouraged to submit a Letter of Intent.
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...