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The Government of Saskatchewan supports proposed reforms to the Criminal Code to address cyberbullying and non-consensual distribution of intimate images. A report released today by the federal government on behalf of federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for justice and public safety contains several recommendations to combat cyberbullying. “The issue of cyberbullying requires ongoing collaboration and we are committed to working with our counterparts across the country to support proposed criminal law reforms,” Justice Minister and Attorney General Gordon Wyant says. The report cites several recommendations that include updating sections to the Criminal Code which would enhance the criminal law response to cyberbullying by ensuring its existing provisions apply to any form of electronic communication, and would create a new offence of non-consensual distribution of intimate images. The report also recommends enhanced tools that will enable police and courts to deal with electronic technology. In April, federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for justice directed officials to review potential criminal law reforms to address cyberbullying. The report reflects how the provinces and territories are working with the federal government. “This is a complex issue that requires more than a criminal justice system response,” Wyant says. “That’s why we are also focusing on other ways jurisdictions are responding to bullying and cyberbullying so we can ensure a more comprehensive response.” Continued on Page 3.

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Province addresses cyberbullying Continued from Page 1.

In June, anti-bullying consultations were held in communities across Saskatchewan. The experiences shared during the consultations will help in the development of an anti-bullying strategy for the Government of Saskatchewan. Written submissions are being accepted until October 31, 2013 at anti-bullying@ gov.sk.ca.

Currently, Saskatchewan supports efforts to combat Internet based crime through efforts like the RCMP-operated Canadian Anti-fraud Centre and Cybertip.ca. The Province also provides funding to the Regina, Prince Albert and Saskatoon Police Services, in partnership with the RCMP for 11 dedicated officers to investigate cases of Internet child exploitation.

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Unwelcome change: re-arrange the feathers Ed, my neighbor next door, never misses what is happening at our house. Yesterday, we had a couple of men hired to move some furniture out of the house and around in the house. Actually, Ed was really excited seeing some furnishings leaving our house. To him, it looked like we might be moving. I could see a look of disappointment when he learned it was just a major reshuffle and downsizing of furniture. I told Ed, “My wife acts as if we have a new house again with all the changes. I’m not so happy, because she is in a “don’t leave that there” mood. I have tried to blame the cats for leaving stuff around, but she doesn’t buy it. Even worse, now all the exercise equipment is in the basement ready to be used and I walk by it in guilt to get to my office.” “Quit whining,” was Ed’s response. Then, of course, he wanted to know how much it cost to hire two guys for a small job like that. “Not much,” I said. “The real cost is in the truth that once a wife gets into the mood for re-arranging furniture in one room, it won’t end. “It is your own fault – you should have learned way before now how to put off things a wife wants done. You have to behave like you will get around to it real soon but you never do. A wife has to see that talking to a husband is like talking to the wall. Every five years you actually do what they want and they are so shocked that it lasts for another five years,” Ed explained. When it is our homes, we want them to be comfy. We may not welcome change that feels like it is too much or too often. It is the same when it comes to our

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written: My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations? But you have made it a den of robbers.’” The Bible goes on to say the crowds were amazed at Jesus’ actions and teaching. The chief priests and the teachers of the law began looking for a way to kill Jesus, for they feared him. Change at the temple in Jesus’ day and change in our church homes usually brings amazement and fear. Thus, we tend to get rid of the one causing change rather than accept the change. We don’t take kindly to those who overturn the way we do things. It is how people reacted to Jesus when he changed things at the temple.

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Time to revisit your estate plan Proposed rule changes set to eliminate valuable tax planning opportunity. Earlier this year, the Department of Finance released its consultation paper on the taxation of testamentary trusts. In it, the government outlined its plans to curtail the use of testamentary trusts over concerns that the tax driven creation of multiple trusts and long delays in the settlement of estates has resulted in a substantial loss of tax revenues. To ensure “fairness and neutrality in the federal income tax system”, the government has decided to subject testamentary trust income to the highest rate of tax, likely resulting in the elimination of this widely used wealth preservation tool. First used in England during the middle Ages, a trust is “a legal agreement created at the direction of an individual (the settlor), in which one or more persons (the “trustee”) holds and manages the settlor’s property for the benefit of others (the beneficiary)”. The property transferred to a trust is typically held (according to the conditions set out in the trust document) for a specified period of time (e.g. the beneficiary attaining a certain age) or until a certain event (e.g. the beneficiary achieving a particular level of education) has occurred. Once the trust conditions have been achieved, the property will then be transferred to the beneficiary on a tax deferred basis

PLANNING FOR PROSPERITY by Darryl Prociuk dprociuk@mymts.net and the trust will end. As the property held within a trust is not directly owned by the beneficiaries, it is protected against the present and future claims of creditors or that of a divorcing spouse. Trusts are used to protect the interests of beneficiaries who are minors (who do not have the legal authority to take control of the property), those incapable of managing their own financial affairs, and for disabled beneficiaries (to ensure that any receipt of property will not jeopardize their ability to receive government assistance and programs). Trusts also play an important role in estate planning for family farms, second marriages, same sex relationships, and in planned giving strategies. There are two types of trusts, intervivos (created while the settlor is alive) and testamentary (created at the death of the settlor through the wording of their Will). While income generated by property held within an intervivos trust is taxed at the highest marginal tax rate (44% in Saskatchewan), testamentary trust income is taxed at graduated tax

rates starting at 26% (on the first $42,906 of income). Inheriting property through a testamentary trust also enables the beneficiary to access a second set of tax rates (that of the trust) so that trust income can be taxed more favorably. For example, consider what happens if a beneficiary with an annual income of $75,000 directly inherits property that generates an additional $50,000 in annual income. If the property income is included in the hands of the beneficiary (in addition to their own income), they would be taxed at a (combined Saskatchewan and federal) rate of 41%, resulting in a projected annual tax bill of $51,250. If instead, the property was left to the beneficiary by means of a testamentary trust, the $50,000 of property income can be taxed in the hands of the trust itself, resulting in a total (beneficiary and trust) projected annual tax bill of $43,750 on the $125,000 in income (a tax savings of $7500 per year). While the many nontax reasons for using testamentary trusts remain, the proposed tax changes

Saskatchewan Employment Act consultations begin From Jul. 23 to Sept. 27, the government will begin consultation on The Saskatchewan Employment Act regulations. “Now that The Saskatchewan Employment Act has been passed, there is a need to modernize the related regulations,” Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Don Morgan says. “We want to continue our consultation process with the people of Saskatchewan by getting input on the regulations.” This review focuses primarily on employment standards and labour relations; there are a number of occupational health and safety technical regulations that will

be addressed later. The government has posted a discussion paper which can be found on the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety’s website. Stakeholders and interested parties may provide their

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It’s been just over a year since I’ve had the honour of becoming your Minister of Agriculture. Last fall our government committed to the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth. The plan set out some ambitious goals such as increasing crop production by 10 million tonnes, increasing agricultural exports from $10 billion in 2011 to $15 billion, increasing value-added production and becoming a leader in biosciences, all by 2020. I am pleased to report that agriculture exports surpassed $11 billion in 2012 and Saskatchewan continues, for the second year in a row, to be the nation’s top agriculture exporting province. We also established the Global Institute for Food Security in partnership with the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan and the University of Saskatchewan. Our investment in the Institute was part of a record-setting agriculture research budget for 2013-14: more than $27 million. We also joined the National Research Council, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the University of Saskatchewan to establish the Canadian Wheat Alliance, a five-year $97-million project that will see to the sustainability and profitability of wheat through long-term research and development. Earlier this year, we hosted the Agriculture Awareness Summit in Regina to discuss the public image of agriculture. Participants in the summit included industry leaders, producers, communicators and government representatives. Discussions focused on how all agriculture stakeholders could come together to improve the public perception of agriculture. As a result, we launched the Agriculture Awareness Initiative, a fund that supports producer groups in activities that reach youth, urban centres, schools or even the general public with the true story on the importance of agriculture. 2013 is also the year of Growing Forward 2 (GF2), a five-year framework of agricultural programming that aims to support farmers, ranchers, processors, researchers, agencies and agribusinesses. GF2 involves $388 million from the federal and provincial governments to grow the industry in a sustainable manner. Earlier this spring, we announced a record Crop Insurance budget of $198 million with record coverage of $194 per acre, on average. Other enhancements included increasing yields for oats and hard red spring wheat; increasing establishment benefits for field peas, canola and identity-preserved canola; and expanding the insurable area for soybeans and the corn heat unit program. Past improvements like the Unseeded Acreage Benefit (up to $100 per eligible acre), yield cushioning and 100 per cent wildlife damage compensation will also continue. All of the programs announced and milestones reached in the last year are contributing to our Growth Plan goals. We want to create an environment where our producers can do what they do best, farm and ranch. A strong agriculture economy means a strong provincial economy and a better quality of life for all Saskatchewan citizens. I wish you the best for this growing season and look forward to another productive year. Sincerely, Lyle Stewart.

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Parliamentary Report Op-Ed Column by Garry Breitkreuz The Youth Leadership and Mentorship Program provides funding until March 31, 2018, to industry associations in Saskatchewan. It is expected that mentorships will be between four and 12 months but may be longer if approved by the industry association. This new initiative came from a recommendation brought forward by the Saskatchewan Agriculture Youth Advisory Committee to increase leadership skills and opportunities for our youth. The program is modeled after the Cattlemen’s Young Leaders Program administered by the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association. The future success of Saskatchewan’s agriculture industry rests in the hands of today’s young farmers and ranchers. This program will provide young producers who display leadership potential with the opportunity to learn from highly-regarded industry leaders. Funding for the Youth Leadership and Mentorship Program is provided under the federalprovincial Growing Forward 2 framework. For more information on the program, please visit the Saskatchewan Agriculture website at agriculture.gov. sk.ca/GrowingForward2 .

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Did you know? Creating greater ag. awareness Agriculture is an economic driver in Saskatchewan. It contributes significantly to the province’s GDP and employs more than 50,000 people across the province. Saskatchewan’s agriculture industry feeds the world – with more than 90 per cent of Saskatchewan’s agricultural products exported to 18 countries and $11 billion in agri-food exports in 2012. Agriculture is also care for the land and livestock. It provides financial security in Saskatchewan and food security across the globe. Consumers however, have become removed from a rural lifestyle and increasingly disconnected from their food – where it comes from and how it is produced. For that reason, the Ministry of Agriculture says it has made agriculture awareness a strategic priority. Agriculture awareness is improving the perception of agriculture. But it is also ensuring that farmers and ranchers can operate and access the tools and technologies that will help them be more productive, sustain-

able and competitive. The Ministry has drafted an agriculture awareness strategy that will be taken to industry for feedback. To provide a benchmark and identify issues, markets where work needs to be done, the Ministry took part in an omnibus survey in Saskatchewan this past March. The results show: • Citizens have a positive perception of agriculture. • Saskatchewanians are divided on genetically modified organisms in food as necessary to feed the world. This is especially true of women and lower-income families. • Level of education and number of children had little impact on responses. • There is strong support for agricultural education in schools. The results of this survey provide a great starting point for the industry’s efforts to build public support. To view the full results of the survey visit: www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca.

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The Ebenezer Agro Centre is located on Highway 9 at Ebenezer, just 10 miles north of Yorkton. This high throughput blending facility will have you in and out very quickly, and you can spend your time on the fields, not waiting for product. It provides farm customers with: • Dry fertilizer blended to customer specs • High through-put volumetric blending system • Full line of crop protection products and large inventory • Canola and forage seed • Agronomic services including fertility analysis and field scouting • Westeel and Meridian corrugated and straight wall bins • Large inventory of grain bin parts and accessories • AIM - Flexible financing • FCC- Farm Credit • Agri-Card financing • Co-op Ag Team services The Ebenezer Agro Centre offers extended hours of service during busy seasons. See Glen, James or Jade for all your agronomy needs for this upcoming season. Phone 782-7434 or toll-free 1-888-746-4600.

Yorkton Agro Centre

The Yorkton Agro Centre is located at 180 Hamilton Road, just off Highway 9/16 in the east side of the city. It provides farmers, ranchers, truckers and other consumers with: • Bulk petroleum • Lubricants • Farm hardware • Livestock feed and equipment • Fencing supplies • Post pounder rental • Propane filling and propane bulk deliveries • Card-operated gasoline, farm and clear diesel fuel at two locations in Yorkton The Yorkton Agro Centre is open Monday through Saturday. The cardlock fuel locations are self-serve, and are open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Yorkton Cardlocks are located at 180 Hamilton Road serving Highways 9 and 10, and on York Road West serving the Yellowhead Highway (Highway 16). Phone 782-2451 or toll-free 1-888-795-9555.

Why use the Yorkton Co-op Cardlock? Why use the Yorkton Co-op Cardlock? There are many advantages to using the Co-op’s Cardlocks: 24-hour member card access to gasoline and diesel fuel at our Hamilton Road and York Road locations; Quality Co-op automotive and farm fuels; Itemized statement of your purchases each month; One free access card (subsequent and replacement cards cost $6 each); Several payment options: cash, debit card, telebanking or online payment; Cardlock pricing plus Co-op’s unique equity and cash back programs; Access to Co-op cardlock facilities across western Canada (restrictions apply on pricing and equity).

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– funding to help groups develop organizational/communication tools Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart recently announced $1 million in funding for a new Industry Organization Development Fund. This funding will be provided over the next five years to help agricultural producer associations, commissions and boards to increase their capacity as industry leaders. “Industry organizations play a critical role in contributing to the overall success of Saskatchewan’s agriculture industry,” Stewart says. “They bring forward best practices, new technologies and new opportunities to Saskatchewan’s farmers and ranchers, which in turn contributes to the continued growth of our agriculture industry and provincial economy.” The Industry Organization Development Fund will support producer organizations in development, technology transfer and communications. This includes hiring qualified consultants to help develop leadership, priority setting and organizational development skills. Funding can also be used for training and assistance for issues

related to labour shortages, to develop and hold workshops and conferences, to address market access issues and to develop production and economic tools. Saskatchewan crop commodity associations, commissions and boards as well as primary, broad-based livestock commodity associations can receive up to $10,000 per year for qualified projects. “This fund will help organizations like ours reach producers with the valuable information and tools that can help move our sector forward,” Saskatchewan Forage Council President Aaron Ivey adds. “In addition, it will provide the opportunity to identify priorities and ensure that our organization is working on issues of importance to industry stakeholders.” Funding for the Industry Organization Development Fund is provided under the federal-provincial Growing Forward 2 framework. For more information on the program, visit the Saskatchewan Agriculture website at www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca/GrowingForward2.

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Changing your farm business structure: AgriStability implications

As Saskatchewan farms evolve and adapt to today’s opportunities and challenges many are adjusting their business structure. Sole proprietors incorporating, individuals entering or leaving a partnership and new trusts are all examples of how some farm operations are adjusting their structures to meet their business needs. For farm operations participating in the AgriStability Program, going through a change in business structure, it is important to let SCIC know about the change as soon as possible to ensure the transfer of program information occurs smoothly. The first step in the process is to complete a Change Business Type form found at www. saskcropinsurance.com/ agristability. The information entered on this form will clarify the change in business structure which is occurring. The form will collect details about the current business operation and the new business structure. By getting the correct business information SCIC

can begin the process of transferring the farm’s previous program history to the new business. If the previous farm structure no longer exists, such as an individual who has turned the farm into a corporation, a Cancel Participation form will need to be completed. This will ensure additional fees and enrollment notices are not sent to the previous farming operation. For the new operation a Participant Initial Declaration will also need to be signed. While the participant may have completed this when they initially enrolled in AgriStability, the new farm operation will have to complete this again, because it is considered a new legal entity for the AgriStability Program. For farm operations which have incorporated SCIC requires a couple more documents for continuing with the AgriStability Program. A list of signing officers, a copy of the Section 85 Rollover document provided to the Canada Revenue Agency and all relevant income and expense information for

the rollover year from both the previous entity and new corporation will be required. SCIC will also need the date of incorporation, the legal name and business number which can be provided on the Change Business Type form. All of this information is used to verify details of the new corporation and develop the proper program margins to participate in AgriStability. By completing and submitting the required information, the processing of future AgriStability applications will be able to occur more efficiently. SCIC wants to ensure the transfer of AgriStability information for the new business occurs as smoothly as possible. As part of that effort SCIC will work to transition the AgriStability eligibility requirements from the previous business to the new entity. If you have any questions about the AgriStability requirements for changes in business types please contact your nearest Crop Insurance office or the AgriStability Call Centre at 1-866270-8450.

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Agriculture is the root of Saskatchewan’s economy and accounts for over onethird of the province’s total exports. We have over 40 per cent of Canada’s farmland totaling more than 60 million acres. Approximately 33 million acres of agricultural land is used for crop production each year. Wholesome roots Saskatchewan is known worldwide as a consistent and reliable supplier of safe, high-quality grains, oilseeds, pulses and livestock. In 2010, we produced:

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• 99 per cent of Canada’s chickpeas • 95 per cent of Canada’s lentils • 86 per cent of Canada’s durum wheat • 74 per cent of Canada’s flaxseed • 72 per cent of Canada’s mustard • 65 per cent of Canada’s dry peas • 42 per cent of Canada’s canola Feeding the world Saskatchewan exports over $1 billion in each of the three key product sectors: cereal grains (wheat, oats, rye and barley), oilseeds (canola and flax) and pulses (peas and lentils). In 2010, Saskatchewan was responsible for: • 61 per cent of the world’s lentil exports • 57 per cent of the world’s pea exports • 55 per cent of the world’s flaxseed exports • 34 per cent of the world’s durum exports • 34 per cent of the world’s canola seed exports • 40 per cent of the world’s mustard exports In 2010, Saskatchewan was also the leading Canadian exporter of 13 of the following agri-food products: • Non-durum wheat - $1.733 billion • Canola Seed - $1.658 billion • Lentils - $983 million • Canola Oil - $787 million • Pea - $742 million • Durum $ - 572 million • Canola Meal - $260 million • Flaxseed - $255 million

• Oats - $204 million • Barley - $204 million • Canary Seed - $83 million • Mustard Seed - $62 million • Chickpeas - $47 million Building on our strengths – moving crops to the next level

The Ministry of Agriculture collaborates with industry organizations, producers and research institutions to increase competitiveness, production, new crop development, product development and value-added processing in Saskatchewan’s crop sectors with the goal of increasing overall profitability throughout the value chain. This includes introducing new crops, increasing returns on existing crops, and adding value through processing opportunities: • Camelina – it’s estimated that camelina production will reach 100,000 acres by 2015, with a value of $16.8 million. Camelina bio-based products include fish feed, bio-lubricants, healthy oils and jet fuel. • Vegetables – there’s a potential for high-value vegetables like onions and small potatoes, particularly for irrigation farmers (net return $3,000 to $5,000 per acre). Saskatchewan has the growing conditions, land and water resources, minimal pest pressure and expertise necessary for growing high-quality vegetables. • Wheat – wheat has been the cornerstone of Saskatchewan agriculture since farming began in the province. Varietal development, through the stacking of traits to create superior varieties is needed to ensure that this crop can compete with other crop types and is profitable for growers. • Honey – honey producers in the province are getting the help they need to keep their colonies healthy and the honey production per hive the highest in Canada. Research to develop best management practices to control mites and reduce winter mortality in honey bees in underway. • Fruit processing – Saskatchewan growers produce approximately five million pounds of fruit per year on 2,000 acres with strong potential to increase acreage with the expansion of irrigation districts and agri-tourism.

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submitted online or by phone. This information then helps AAFC to determine and better develop appropriate response, adaptation and mitigation measures against adverse agroclimate impacts. Extreme weather events and climatic variability can have significant effects on Canada’s agricultural sector. Over the past 10 years, drought and excess moisture or flooding resulted in enormous costs to the Canadian economy. Having access to timely and accurate information will help AAFC and farmers to plan for potential disasters. A new online application, launched in June 2013, allows AIR volunteers to file their reports and view agroclimate impact maps and information on the Web at www.agr.gc.ca/air. AAFC will continue to expand the AIR network, with the ultimate goal of making it national. For more information, or if you want to join the AIR network in Saskatchewan, please contact: • Shirley Sawatzky (Western Saskatchewan) at Shirley.Sawatzky@agr. gc.ca; or, • Jim Daschle (Eastern Saskatchewan) at Jim.Daschle@agr.gc.ca; or, • Trevor Hadwen (National Project Lead) at Trevor.Hadwen@agr.gc.ca.

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In North America, barley is grown primarily as livestock feed or for use in the malting/brewing industry, but it is gaining popularity as a human food. The problem is: the grain component that makes barley a valuable human food – beta-glucans – reduces its utility for livestock feeding and malting. Beta-glucans most commonly occur in plants in cell walls, providing strength to plants fibres and in the bran of cereal grains. Barley has one of the highest concentrations of grain beta-glucans in the plant kingdom, but the actual amount varies considerably, depending on the variety. Beta-glucans are beneficial to human health. They lower serum lowdensity lipo-protein cholesterol and blood sugar levels, reducing the risk of developing heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. As a result, there is a growing demand in the human food market for barley with high concentrations of beta-glucans. The opposite is the case in the livestock feed and brewing industries. There, they prefer low betaglucan barley because too much betaglucan can reduce feed conversion in animals and clog filters in breweries. In effect, there are barley varieties specific for human consumption, livestock feed and malting, respectively. Plant breeders could not confirm the end-use of a variety they were developing until they produced the first crop and analyzed it for beta-glucan concentration. This consumed a lot of time and resources. Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan’s Department of Plant Sciences thought there had to be a better way. With the financial support of the Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund (ADF), doctors Ravindra Chibbar, Monica Båga and Brian Rossnagel set out to find a better way by identifying, isolating and characterizing the gene or genes involved in the production of beta-glucans in barley grain. Their main objective was to find genetic markers that would allow plant breeders to select in early generations at the molecular level high- and lowbetaglucan barley lines. A genetic marker is typically a piece of DNA that corresponds to a specific region on a chromosome associated with a particular gene and/or trait. In the laboratory, these markers can be used to quickly distinguish specific cells, individuals, populations or spe-

cies. With this background, the researchers screened barley genome using a variety of molecular markers and employed genetic mapping techniques to identify specific markers that would clearly distinguish between high betaglucan genotypes (ex. CDC Bold) and low beta-glucan genotypes (ex. TR251). The researchers then analyzed recombinant inbred line (RIL) barley population developed by crossing a high and low beta-glucan concentration to produce plants containing the full spectrum of beta-glucan concentrations. The RILs were used to test the accuracy of the molecular markers. Field trials were conducted to validate the lab results against the field results. Successful completion of this project resulted in four easily identifiable markers that will help barley breeders everywhere to accelerate the development of barley varieties with specific beta-glucan concentrations. This will contribute to the competitiveness of barley growers by helping them to select genotypes to meet the specific requirements of their customers. The Agriculture Development Fund provides funding to institutions, companies and industry organizations to help them carry out research, development and value-added activities in the agriculture and agri-food sector. The results produce new knowledge, information and choices in technologies, techniques and varieties for farmers, ranchers, processors and input suppliers, to improve the competitiveness of Saskatchewan’s agriculture sector. In 2013, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture committed $9.9 million in new funding for 61 ADF research projects.

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Sask. leads the way Submitted by Richard Phillips, Executive Director, Grain Growers of Canada and Lorne Hepworth, President, CropLife Canada

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Hats off to the province of Saskatchewan for stepping up to the plate to work on agricultural solutions to help ensure the world’s growing population has access to safe and nutritious food by establishing the Global Institute for Food Security to address this. The institute has a big challenge ahead of it – feeding the world is no easy feat, otherwise access to safe and healthy food would not elude so many people. Recognizing the enormity, Saskatchewan took the right steps by hiring internationally recognized and globally renowned scientist Roger Beachy, who’s completed ground breaking research in biotechnology, to lead the institute. Canadians are fortunate that when we get to the grocery store, the shelves are stocked and our food supply is safe thanks to both our farmers and the robust regulatory environment our food industry works within. However, this is not the case for a large number of the world’s population where access to food is a day by day struggle. Continuing to increase the food supply will be one of the biggest challenges facing agriculture in the coming years, but by embracing new and sustainable agricultural innovations we have the potential to continue to increase food production and plant science technologies will play an important role in helping ensure there is sufficient food around the globe. Plant science technologies – including pesticides and plant biotechnology products – help protect crops from pest infestations and increase yields so that more can be harvested from the same amount of land already in cultivation today. Canadian farmers produce enough food to meet our country’s needs as well as supply more than 150 other countries with Canadian crops thanks to our sustainable farm practices and modern plant science technology. But these technologies mean even more in developing countries. Just look at the record number of

smallholder farmers who’ve adopted biotechnology: 19 of the 29 countries that are now growing biotech crops are developing countries and 90 per cent of farmers using the technology are smallholder farmers. Public and private researchers around the world are working towards genetic improvement in seeds to develop varieties that grow better in drought conditions or in excessive water, seeds that can grow in high salinity soils that normally do not support healthy growth and seeds for crops that can better withstand viral and insect diseases that have the potential to destroy crops and significantly reduce a farmer’s yield. These innovations hold tremendous potential for developing countries where the environmental conditions make bringing a crop to harvest a challenge. That’s why on the federal front, we think another bright spot on the horizon, is the Canadian International Development Agency’s new Economic Growth Strategy, which is beginning to focus on long term development ideas. It may not sound sexy, but Canada’s legislative and regulatory frameworks which allow for fair, transparent, science based regulations have actually been a huge part of our Canadian farmers’ and our agriculture industry’s success, both in Canada and abroad. New federal government plans will strategically help developing countries to build similar and necessary regulatory systems. When investors see this in place they see a place primed for success and this is what they are looking for in emerging markets. Saskatchewan is showing provincial leadership in recognizing the importance of an innovative approach and we feel that the Global Institute for Food Security will be an important partnership to develop ground-breaking solutions, helping to ensure we produce enough food for the expected population of nine billion in 2050. Canadian agriculture is an exciting industry and we believe that farmers and the plant science industry can play a pivotal and transforming role in both Canada’s agricultural future and for farmers around the world.

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Shop local, support farmers Supporting the regional economy, farmers and jobs, along with fresh food and taste, all trump the cost of food for people choosing to buy local, according to the third annual BMO Food Survey. The report also revealed what products Canadians buy locally and why, and showed differences across the provinces on a variety of foods. The top reasons Canadians buy local, include: • The food is fresh and tastes better (97 per cent) • It supports the local economy (97 per cent) • It supports local farmers (96 per cent) • It creates local jobs (93 per cent) • It’s better for the environment (88 per cent) • It offers the opportunity to buy organic produce (76 per cent) • It is less expensive (71 per cent)

to increase productivity and remain globally competitive.” The research found that Canadians seek to buy locally grown vegetables more than other products. Plus, while there are distinct regional differences, the “locovore” movement is happening across Canada. Albertans buy local beef more often, while Ontarians are supporting a growing wine industry by buying local wine 40 per cent of the time. Residents in B.C. and Ontario tend to buy locally grown fruit more than shoppers in other provinces. Atlantic Canadians are most likely to buy local fish, and Quebec residents are most likely to purchase locally-made cheese. “Canadian farmers

have benefited from increased demand and higher prices after U.S. crop yields were depressed by last summer’s drought in the Midwest,” adds Aaron Goertzen, Economist, BMO Capital Markets. “Increased supply following this summer’s harvest – as U.S. farmers get back on track – will likely mean lower prices for Canadian farmers, but means North American consumers should also see lower prices at the grocery store.” The results cited in this report come from an online survey fielded by Pollara between June 14th and June 17th with a sample of 1,000 Canadians. Overall results for a probability sample of this size would be accurate to +/- 3.1%, 19 times out of 20.

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The City of Yorkton proudly salutes Agriculture! Yorkton Chamber of Commerce recognizes the contribution of the Agriculture Industry to the Yorkton Business Community

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2013 KUBOTA M135GX, NEW CAB, FEL, 135HP DIESEL, POWER SHIFT ...........................................................CALL 2010 KUBOTA M135X, 1000HRS, PWR SHIFT, FEL, 135HP DIESEL .....................................................................$69,500 CASH 2013 KUBOTA GF18002W, 18HP DIESEL, FRONT MOUNT 60” MOWER ..............................................................CALL 2013 KUBOTA F3680, 36HP DIESEL, FRONT MOUNT 72” MOWER ..............................................................CALL 2013 KUBOTA ZD331, 30HP DIESEL, ZERO-TURN, 72” MOWER ..................................................................CALL 2013 KUBOTA ZG127S, 27HP KOHLER GAS, ZERO-TURN, 54” MOWER ............................................................ COMING 2013 KUBOTA RTV900 & RTV400 WORKHORSE SIDE-BY-SIDES ...................................................... COMING 2010 KUBOTA BX25 TLB, 300HRS ......................................$14,500 CASH

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Saskatchewan’s Farm & Ranch Specialists

STEEL BUILDINGS/METAL BUILDINGS UP TO 60% OFF! 30x40, 40x60, 50x80, 60x100, 80x100 sell for balance owed! Call: 1-800-457-2206. www.crownsteelbuildings.ca.

Truck Tractor

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LANE REALTY CORP.

STEEL BUILDINGS / GRANARIES

2006 Cat 450CT

2008 Doepker Super B

JASON BEUTLER: (306) 735-7811 ED BEUTLER: (306) 620-7260 DOUG JENSEN: (306) 621-9955

SUN HILLS RESORT at Lake of the Prairies, SK has 12 prime lots in Phase 1 to offer. Priced $56,000 - $69,000. We are located 40 min. east of Yorkton near the Togo bridge. More info www.sunhillsresort.com. Call 306-597-4660.

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LAKE LOTS For Sale by Owner at Lake of the Prairies: Prairie Lake Lodge, Russell, Manitoba is offering a good selection of treed, non treed lots and acreages with views and privacy adjacent to a 18 hole, par 3 golf course suitable for R.V. or cottage use. Contact: 204-7730380 Gerald or 204-773-6819 David. keating@escape.ca.

1993 John Deere 790E

2010 Massey Ferguson 9430 2000 Westward 3000 (2) Massey Ferguson 885 International 5000

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Hydraulic Excavator

Swathers

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New Holland 94C Massey Ferguson 4200 Case IH 1015 Gleaner 400

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1989 JD 9600

1996 JD 9600

1997 JD CTS

1997 NH TR98

5231 hrs, 3784 sep, 914 hdr

3789 hrs, 2824 sep, 914 hdr

5027 hrs, 914 hdr

4060 hrs, 971 hdr

$

41,100

$

69,000

2004 JD 9760 STS

2010 JD 9770 STS

2361 hrs, 1686 sep, 914 hdr

814 hrs, 539 sep, 615p hdr

$

172,200

$

310,000

$

55,600

$

33,000

2010 JD 9780 STS

2003 MD 93521

651 hrs, 463 sep, 615p hdr

981 hrs, 726 sep, 972 hdr

$

318,100

$

85,500

2011 CASE IH STX500

2011 CASE IH STX535

2011 JD 9530T

2012 JD A400

815 hrs

798 hrs

1889 hrs

409 hrs, hb hdr

$

311,000

$

280,000

1997 JD CTS 5027 hrs ..........................................................................$55,600 1996 JD 9600 3018 hrs, 2235 sep hrs ...................................................$65,500 1992 JD 9600 5151 hrs, 3768 sep hrs ...................................................$43,300 1990 JD 9600 6264 hrs, 4626 sep hrs ...................................................$21,000 2004 JD 9760 STS 2361 hrs, 1686 sep hrs ................................................ $172,200 2008 JD 9770 STS 1146 hrs, 778 sep hrs .................................................. $245,000 2009 JD 9770 STS 867 hrs, 639 sep hrs .................................................... $261,000 2004 JD 9860 STS 3068 hrs, 2150 sep hrs ................................................ $177,800 2010 JD 9870 STS 686 hrs, 606 sep hrs .................................................... $339,000 2009 JD 9870 STS 680 hrs ......................................................................... $275,500 2012 JD S680 294 hrs, 209 sep hrs .................................................... $421,700 2002 MACDON 9352 2100 hrs ..........................................................................$69,500 1999 MACDON 2930 3202 hrs ..........................................................................$55,600

BALCARRES (306) 334-2492

$

283,500

$

146,700

2001 MACDON 9250 1461 hrs, 1201 sep hrs ...................................................$55,600 2012 MACDON M155 254 hrs, 173 sep hrs .................................................... $150,000 2012 MACDON M155 353 hrs, 257 sep hrs .................................................... $156,000 2012 MACDON M155 353 hrs, 258 sep hrs .................................................... $156,000 1999 MACDON 4930 2401 hrs ..........................................................................$44,300 2010 JD A400 577 hrs ......................................................................... $129,900 2010 JD A400 200 hrs ......................................................................... $128,900 2009 MACDON M150 756 hrs, 578 sep hrs .................................................... $128,000 2006 HONEY BEE SP30 .............................................$32,200 2006 HONEY BEE SP30 .............................................$32,200 2003 HONEY BEE SP30 .............................................$26,700 2010 JD 640D ..............................................................$73,300 2004 JD 936D ..............................................................$43,900 2011 MACDON D60 ....................................................$81,700 2010 JD 640D ..............................................................$72,200 2009 JD 635D ..............................................................$53,900 2009 JD 635D ..............................................................$53,900

FOAM LAKE PREECEVILLE WYNYARD YORKTON MOOSOMIN (306) 272-3345 (306) 547-2007 (306) 554-2536 (306) 783-9459 (306) 435-3301 View our full line of equipment at www.maplefarm.com

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