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Mark Your Calendars!

Forage Seed Research Plot Tour and Barbecue
Join us on July 25, 2019 for our annual Forage Seed Research Plot Tour and Barbecue. There is no charge for the day, which includes plot tours and refreshments. Bring your friends and neighbours!!
AgriStability deadline EXTENDED
AgriStability deadline to enroll for 2019 has been EXTENDED to July 2, 2019. AgriStability is an important tool that can help you manage risks and financial losses due to poor yields, low commodity prices, or rising input costs. AgriStability provides support when you experience a large margin decline.
Seed of forage crops has been harvested for a hundred years in Saskatchewan. Forage seed production has evolved to be a core business for some producers and global seed companies.
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Saskatchewan Forage Seed Development Commission

Seed of forage crops have been harvested for a hundred years in Saskatchewan. Forage seed production has evolved to be a core business for some producers and global seed companies. Some crops are destined entirely for export markets, while others remain in Saskatchewan to be planted by livestock producers and conservation agencies.

The Saskatchewan Forage Seed Development Commission (SFSDC) was created as the producer-led organization to guide research and development needs of all forage, turf and amenity crops, with the exception of alfalfa. Alfalfa seed producers have had a separate Commission and production levy, the SASPDC, since 1997.

The SFSDC was established in June 2005 under The Agri-Food Act, following a feasibility study conducted in 2002-2003 and extensive consultation and communication with forage seed producers and buyers.

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