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Elections are open!

Are you a Saskatchewan or Manitoba Oat Producer and interested in becoming a director (or do you know someone who is)?

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Over 15,000 pounds of oats for Peace Country residents

The initiative has been undertaken by POGA, Peace Region Economic Development Alliance (PREDA), Grain Millers, M.D. of Spirit River, and Save-On Foods.

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Oat Growers are pleased that the CGC reversed grain grading changes due to Ag Community Concerns

POGA supported Sask Wheat's and APAS's request to reverse the CGC Grain grading changes and is pleased to see that the concerns were heard and positive action taken

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POGA's work on cancelled contracts

POGA, as well as AOGC, SaskOats, and MOGA, want to assure oat growers that the board has been, and will remain, active in any developments  of cancelled oat contracts by Purely Canada Foods/Above Foods. 

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About POGA

Prairie Oat Growers Association (POGA) is a voluntary organization of Prairie oat growers established to promote the interests of oat growers and oat marketing. POGA was formed in 1998.

The overall objective of the organization is reflected in its vision and mission statement as well as the organization’s values.

Learn More About POGA’s Vision, Mission and Values

The Oat Scoop

The OAT SCOOP is the Prairie Oat Growers Association’s newsletter. Newsletters are available as PDF downloads.

  • Oat Scoop, June 2023

    In the June 2023 issue of the Oat Scoop: Where is the Oat Check-off/Levy Spent?, Ottawa Outreach, Oat's Potential for Food and Beverage Product Development, Nutrients for Oats (What, Where, When and How Much), Producers' Online Calculator for Recommended Fertilizer Application Rates and much more! Read More