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Brock, SK

Current Weather

Brock, SK

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RIGHT NOW
-3.2°C
Feels like -5.6°C
  • Wind NNE 5.8km/h
  • Dewpoint -3°C
  • Humidity 95%
  • Pressure N/A

OVERNIGHT LOW

Tonight: -4°C

Outlook for today

NEXT 3 HOURS

0% chance of precipitation

REST OF TODAY

High: -3°C Low: -4°C

Up to 0.7mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

THIS EVENING
0.7mm25% chance
H -3°C L -4°C

NNW NNW 6km/h

OVERNIGHT
No
Precipitation
H -4°C L -4°C

WNW WNW 6km/h

TOMORROW MORNING
No
Precipitation
H -4°C L -7°C

SW SW 9km/h

TOMORROW AFTERNOON
No
Precipitation
H -4°C L -6°C

SSW SSW 7km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›

Tuesday

H -4°C L -8°C

Wednesday

H -5°C L -6°C

Thursday

H 0°C L -3°C

Friday

H 1°C L -5°C

Saturday

H 3°C L -4°C

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January 24, 2020

Data from weather stations across the Prairies are available to Glacier FarmMedia members at the WeatherFarm website, where you can also sign up for a daily forecast email for your area. On the go? Get the WeatherFarm mobile app, available for iPhone and Android devices. To learn more about the CoCoRaHS system […]

Favourable growing conditions forecast for major ag regions

January 23, 2020

MarketsFarm — Canadian producers looking for challenging growing conditions elsewhere in the world to prop up commodity prices may be disappointed during the 2020 growing season. South America “If you’re looking for any help from South America for your canola or soybeans or corn, you’d better look somewhere else,” Drew […]


Zimbabwe says grain stocks running out after drought

January 23, 2020

Harare | Reuters — Zimbabwe has only 100,000 tonnes of grain in its strategic reserves, enough to last just over a month, as the southern African nation suffers the effects of a severe drought, according to the agriculture minister. More than half the country’s population faces food shortages after maize […]

Hay Disaster Benefit to pay out $5 million to Manitoba claimants

January 10, 2020

Winnipeg, (MarketsFarm) – Compensation for poor Manitoba forage crops in 2019 will soon be coming to insured producers as Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation (MASC) has activated the Hay Disaster Benefit (HDB). The estimated payout for 2019 is in excess of $5 million on approximately 1,500 claims, announced Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau and […] Read more

The post Hay Disaster Benefit to pay out $5 million to Manitoba claimants appeared first on The Western Producer.


Late harvest caused higher mycotoxin threat in feeds

January 9, 2020

Mycotoxin levels were low in early samples of feed harvested in Western Canada. Then things changed. Toxin levels are largely driven by weather, said All-Tech feed expert Dr. Max Hawkins. Rain in the later harvest season across much of the West opened the door and mycotoxins inched their way in. He advised producers to test […] Read more

The post Late harvest caused higher mycotoxin threat in feeds appeared first on The Western Producer.

Unharvested crop remains an issue for Sask. crop insurance

January 2, 2020

This past year would have been a good one to have forage rainfall insurance in Saskatchewan. The dry spring resulted in payments to those who participated in Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corp.’s forage program, said chief executive officer Shawn Jaques. However, only 2.2 million acres were covered. That was up from 1.5 million acres the previous […] Read more

The post Unharvested crop remains an issue for Sask. crop insurance appeared first on The Western Producer.

Ag News

Agropur pulls milk over sanitizer residue concerns

January 27, 2020

A case of “discomfort” reported by one consumer has led North America’s biggest dairy co-operative to pull certain batches of milk from sale in Quebec and Ontario. Agropur on Friday announced a voluntary recall of certain bagged and cartoned milks made at its Ottawa processing plant and sold under the […]

Younger aggies sought for new Canada-wide council

January 25, 2020

Twentysomethings and 18- and 19-year-olds who are working in Canadian agriculture and agri-food and “interested in shaping the future of the sector” are being sought for a new federal ag policy advisory council. Federal Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau on Friday launched the application process for membership in a new Canadian […]


Prairie cash wheat: Bids generally higher

January 25, 2020

MarketsFarm — Wheat bids in Western Canada for the week ended Thursday were up for CWRS and CPSR, while durum (CWAD) bids were mostly higher. The Canadian dollar was down by more than a half cent during the week. Average CWRS (Canada Western Red Spring, 13.5 per cent protein) wheat […]

Veg oils a drag on canola futures

January 24, 2020

WINNIPEG, (MarketsFarm) – Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Futures canola contracts finished weaker on Friday, as declines in other vegetable oils continued to weigh on values. A trader said there was profit-taking in Chicago soyoil. Also, reports stated the lack of Chinese demand for United States soybeans has also been an issue. It’s a similar case for […] Read more

The post Veg oils a drag on canola futures appeared first on The Western Producer.


ICE Canola Weekly: Don’t expect China to buy if Huawei exec goes free

January 23, 2020

WINNIPEG, (MarketsFarm) – Intercontinental Exchange canola traders have been keeping a close eye on the extradition hearing for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver. The hearing is to determine whether Meng will be extradited to the United States, where she is facing charges related to violating U.S. sanctions against Iran. Meng was arrested by Canadian […] Read more

The post ICE Canola Weekly: Don’t expect China to buy if Huawei exec goes free appeared first on The Western Producer.

Canola futures following soy’s seesaw

January 23, 2020

WINNIPEG (MarketsFarm) – Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Futures canola contracts finished weaker on Thursday, getting caught in declines in Chicago soyoil. However, a trader pointed out that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Canola often lags behind changes to soyoil and in this case that’s good. The trader also noted soyoil has bounced around a great deal […] Read more

The post Canola futures following soy’s seesaw appeared first on The Western Producer.

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