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Denare Beach, SK

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Denare Beach, SK

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Feels like -3.7°C
  • Wind WNW 7.9km/h
  • Dewpoint -8°C
  • Humidity 60%
  • Pressure N/A


Tonight: -4°C

Outlook for today


0% chance of precipitation


High: -1°C Low: -3°C

Up to 0.3mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

0.3mm15% chance
H -1°C L -1°C

NW NW 9km/h

H -2°C L -3°C

WNW WNW 8km/h

H -3°C L -4°C

WNW WNW 9km/h

H -3°C L -4°C

WNW WNW 13km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›


H -2°C L -5°C


H -2°C L -6°C


H -3°C L -5°C


H -2°C L -6°C


H -2°C L -6°C


Highest temp Lowest temp Overnight low Strongest wind Rainfall
Today (so far) --°C 0.0mm
Yesterday --°C 0.0mm

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Klassen: Weather, COVID, feed grains pressure feeder market

October 20, 2020

Compared to last week, western Canadian yearling prices were $2-$4 lower on average; calves traded $2 to as much as $6 below week-ago levels. Southern Alberta received its first snowfall of the season last week, which hindered demand for fresh replacements. Feedlots always incorporate a risk discount when the first […]

Canary seed supplies tighten

October 16, 2020

MarketsFarm — Canary seed stocks are presently tight for two reasons: unreported inventories have been used up, and poor yields from this year’s crop. David Nobbs of Purely Canada Foods in Saskatoon explained there was a “hidden inventory over the last four to five years,” never reported to Statistics Canada, […]

Prairie breeders explore heat-tolerance rating

October 1, 2020

Many farmers, especially in Saskatchewan, are blaming hot and dry weather for disappointing canola yields. Official numbers won’t be in for a while, but Saskatchewan Agriculture has pegged the provincial yield average at 35 bushels per acre. That’s much lower than average yields of 40 to 41 bu. per acre in recent years, based on […] Read more

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Many crops may have dodged frost

September 17, 2020

Crop damage from an overnight frost in Saskatchewan earlier this month is still being assessed but appears minimal for some crops and potentially crushing for others. Crops extension specialist Shannon Friesen said although the temperatures dropped quite low in some areas, the damage depends on how long the frost lasted and the location and maturity […] Read more

The post Many crops may have dodged frost appeared first on The Western Producer.

Widespread frost blankets Prairies

September 8, 2020

UPDATED – to include record temps – Tuesday September 8, 2020 – 1300 CST Widespread frost advisories on the Prairies materialized through most of Saskatchewan’s agricultural area overnight Sept. 7, breaking records that were 100 years old in some cases. Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang said this morning that 20 records were broken and one […] Read more

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Ag News

Wireworms a target for first Group 30 insecticide in Canada

October 20, 2020

The list of insecticides cleared for use in Canadian crops now includes its first Group 30 chemistry, as BASF makes plans to launch it in new wireworm control products next year. BASF Canada Agricultural Solutions on Monday announced approval from Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) for broflanilide, a […]

U.S. grains: Soybeans, corn rise on exports

October 20, 2020

Chicago | Reuters — U.S. corn and soybean futures rose on Tuesday on strong export demand while wheat firmed on concerns that dry weather could limit global production, traders said. Soybean futures rose one per cent, with traders shrugging off some much-needed rain in Brazil due to the strong pace […]

RCMP continues investigating stolen beef

September 17, 2020

The investigation continues into the theft of a truckload of beef from the JBS plant in Brooks, Alta., which occurred Aug. 30. Cpl. Rob Harms of the Brooks RCMP said Sept. 16 that there were no new developments regarding the disappearance of the beef, valued at about $230,000. According to an RCMP media release issued […] Read more

The post RCMP continues investigating stolen beef appeared first on The Western Producer.

Canola defies soyoil drop

April 1, 2020

WINNIPEG, (MarketsFarm) – Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Futures canola contracts finished lower on Wednesday. Considerable weakness in Chicago soyoil was characterized as an “overwhelmingly negative factor” for canola prices. At market close, soyoil was down by over a penny. In comparison, canola prices held fairly steady. A weaker tone to the Canadian dollar provided support to […] Read more

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