The November 2015 edition of the Oat Scoop, with articles examining oat breeding, the crop outlook, the science of healthy oats, oat tagging and more.
Oat Scoop, November 2015
Oat Scoop, May 2015
The May 2015 edition of the Oat Scoop, with articles about rail transportation challenges, the POGA delegation to Ottawa, weed management in oats and more.
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Oat Scoop, November 2014
The November edition of the Oat Scoop, with articles about new export potential, tapping the Mexican market, annual meetings and more.
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Oat Scoop, August 2014
The POGA newsletter for August 2014, with information of interest to oat producers.
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Oat Scoop, March 2014
Articles concentrating on transportation issues, the passing of the scoop, research funds and annual meetings.
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