Oat Scoop, March 2022

In the March 2022 issue of the Oat Scoop:

  • New CGC Grain Delivery Declaration Form Includes Producer Acknowledgement of Possible Imprisonment and Fines;
  • Randy Strychar, Leading North American Oat Analyst, says, “The Sky is the Limit for the Canadian Oat Market”;
  • Oat Fresh: a New Kind of Saskatchewan-Made Oat Milk;
  • Parrish & Heimbecker: Oat Market Outlook; Manage Stress and Increase Success in your Farm/Life Balance;
  • Drew Lerner Provides Producers with the Forecast from World Weather Inc.;
  • Stoked Oats: An Alberta ‘Life-Style’ Brand;
  • Updating POGA Members: the Association that Works on Your Behalf;
  • Brennan Turner, Oat Market Analyst: What Producers Need to Know;
  • Oat Production Development at NAIT;
  • Oatly—Producing Oat Milk Since 1995;
  • Kevin Stewart: Dealing with the News—Fake or Otherwise; O Foods: New Paterson GlobalFoods (PGF) Mill Devoted Exclusively to Oats