Promoting Canadian Oats

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.

While it is impossible to predict what commitments Canada may make, we do want to make sure that any new regulations do not burden farmers, therefore, data is required to provide benchmark evidence on how farmers have reduced carbon and greenhouse gas  emissions.    In order to do this successfully, assistance is needed from oat producers like you. 

The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is seeking oat grower participation in their online survey on crop rotation practices across Canada. Below is a link to participate in the online survey. Responses will be kept completely confident.  To thank those participating, U of S will enter their name into a random draw for a $250 fuel card and will select one winner from every 100 completed surveys.

http://tinyurl.com/croprotationsurvey2016 

Questions can be directed to:
Stuart Smyth
Tel: (306) 966-2929
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

*Please note, the oat growers commissions are not conducting or reviewing this survey but are encouraging producers to participate

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