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Swift Current, SK

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Swift Current, SK

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RIGHT NOW
0°C
Feels like -5.8°C
  • Wind W 24.1km/h
  • Dewpoint -4°C
  • Humidity 74.8%
  • Pressure 1004 kPa

OVERNIGHT LOW

Tonight: -4°C

Outlook for today

NEXT 3 HOURS

0% chance of precipitation

REST OF TODAY

High: 2°C Low: -5°C

Up to 0.0mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

THIS AFTERNOON
No
Precipitation
H 2°C L -2°C

W W 15km/h

THIS EVENING
No
Precipitation
H -3°C L -5°C

WSW WSW 10km/h

OVERNIGHT
No
Precipitation
H 0°C L -4°C

SSW SSW 15km/h

TOMORROW MORNING
No
Precipitation
H 0°C L -3°C

WSW WSW 17km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›

Wednesday

H 2°C L -7°C

Thursday

H -2°C L -7°C

Friday

H 2°C L 0°C

Saturday

H 2°C L -3°C

Sunday

H -1°C L -5°C

Comparison

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Green Party backs grain drying exemption from carbon tax

January 20, 2020

One of the federal opposition parties in full favour of carbon pricing is lending its support to calls by farm groups for a carbon tax break for grain drying. Vancouver Island MP Paul Manly, the Green Party’s caucus critic for agriculture, announced the party’s position Monday. “We support the grain […]

Today’s precipitation

January 19, 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 […]


Spring weather to determine Prairies’ crop pest load

January 16, 2020

MarketsFarm — How problematic insects fare across the Prairies in 2020 depends largely on the weather this spring, according to three provincial insect specialists. Be the insects grasshoppers, flea beetles, cutworms, or a few other types, their potential to cause significant damage to Prairie crops will partly depend on how […]

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

Tighter supplies, solid demand underpin durum bids

January 20, 2020

MarketsFarm — Tighter global supplies are keeping the Canadian durum market well supported this winter, with firmer prices likely when the Port of Thunder Bay reopens for the spring. “We’re seeing a very strong export demand for durum,” said Jerry Klassen, manager of Canadian operations for Swiss-based GAP S.A. Grains […]


AGI buys ag business management software muscle

January 20, 2020

Grain handling equipment maker Ag Growth Industries (AGI) plans to level up on its SureTrack farm management software platform with a deal for another Canadian player in the same business. Winnipeg-based AGI announced Thursday it has bought all outstanding shares in Oakville, Ont.-based Affinity Management Ltd., developer of the Compass […]

Tighter supplies and solid demand underpin Canadian durum bids

January 20, 2020

Winnipeg, (MarketsFarm) – Tighter global supplies are keeping the Canadian durum market well supported this winter, with firmer prices likely when the Port of Thunder Bay reopens for the spring. “We’re seeing a very strong export demand for durum,” said Jerry Klassen manager of Canadian operations with Swiss-based GAP S.A. Grains and Products in Winnipeg. […] Read more

The post Tighter supplies and solid demand underpin Canadian durum bids appeared first on The Western Producer.


Rise in loonie curbs canola purchasing

January 20, 2020

WINNIPEG, (MarketsFarm) – Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Futures canola contracts finished steady to lower Monday, spurred on by the rise in the Canadian dollar. By mid-afternoon Monday, the loonie climbed to 76.64 U.S. cents, compared to Friday’s close of 76.56. The stronger dollar made canola less attractive to importers. However, prices were slightly higher for most […] Read more

The post Rise in loonie curbs canola purchasing appeared first on The Western Producer.

CGC revises domestic canola usage down, but still up on the year

January 17, 2020

Winnipeg,(MarketsFarm) – Domestic canola demand remained well ahead of exports in the latest Canadian Grain Commission report for the week ended Jan. 12, but revisions to data show that the crush pace is not quite as active as reported earlier in the month. The original data for the week ended Jan. 5 showed domestic disappearance […] Read more

The post CGC revises domestic canola usage down, but still up on the year appeared first on The Western Producer.

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