The Prairie Oat Growers Association (POGA) Projects as of September 2017.
POGA Projects as of September 2017
The Countdown to Cropsphere 2016 is On!
The countdown to CropSphere 2016 is on! The 2016 CropSphere conference will take place January 12 & 13, 2016, at TCU Place in Saskatoon, and will once again be brought to you by host groups SaskOats, SaskBarley, SaskCanola, SaskFlax, Saskatchewan Pulse Growers and Sask Wheat. This year will mark the third annual CropSphere conference, which has already garnered positive attention, winning a Tourism Saskatoon award earlier this year for being a leader in Saskatoon events and tourism.
New Recipes: Focus on Flax
New Recipe: Turkey Sliders
A heart-healthy version of a popular party snack!
Director Nominations Open
Want to increase your industry knowledge, contacts, and professional development? Or would you like to nominate someone who would make a great Director?
The SODC and MOGA are accepting nominations for a new Director.
Canada to Plant as Much as 13% More Oats
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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...