In the June 2021 issue of the Oat Scoop: POGA Marketing Campaigns in Mexico, Japan and Canada a Huge Success; New POGA Director: Greg Bott; New POGA Director: Dylan Robinson; More Developments in Oat Milk Research - Enhanced Nutritional Profile and Potential Hypoglycemic Effects; Are Oats and Peas Suited For Each Other? 2020 Intercropping Trial; Ottawa Outreach 2021; POGA Supports the Vital BeGrainSafe Program; How Do Oats Respond to Various Macronutrient Levels?; The Alberta Oats Market; Producers Are Interested in More Research on Intercropping; A Fond Farewell to Two Key AOGC Board Members
Oat Scoop, June 2021
Oat Scoop, March 2021
In the March 2021 issue of the Oat Scoop: A New Intercropping Project - Oats and Canola Welcome Peas to the Field; Alberta Oat Varietal Trials; Monitoring Insects on the Prairies; Updates on Oat Marketing Campaigns; Oat Breeding at the Brandon Research Development Centre; New Research Project - Beyond β-Glucan; Stimulating Wild Oat Germination; Tracking Carbon Footprints in Saskatchewan Cropping Systems; Oat Advantage Breeding Program; In Memory of Lorne Kyle.
Oat Scoop, November 2020
In the November 2020 issue of the Oat Scoop: POGA introduces Oats Everyday marketing campaign; the final report on the Development of an Oat-Based Beverage Rich in Dietary Fiber and Protein and The Effect of Pre-Harvest Glyphosate on the Quality of Milling Oats projects; meet two new POGA directors; and event details for the POGA, AOGC, SaskOats and MOGA AGMs.
Oat Scoop, June 2020
In the June 2020 issue of the Oat Scoop: details of POGA's Ottawa Outreach 2020, the final report on the Product Development from Gluten Free Oat Fractions project, important information for growers from Keep it Clean, agendas for the upcoming POGA, AOGC and SaskOats AGMs, and meet two new POGA directors.
Oat Scoop, March 2020
In the March 2020 issue of the Oat Scoop: an interview with Secan’s Todd Hyra about the Value Creation Pilot Project and POGA’s response; coverage of the POGA 2020 AGM, including Robert Saik on communicating about GMOs; information on oat/pea intercropping; and results from the Saskatchewan oat trials.