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Tugaske, SK

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Tugaske, SK

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Feels like -5.7°C
  • Wind NE 14km/h
  • Dewpoint -3°C
  • Humidity 86%
  • Pressure N/A


Tonight: -4°C

Outlook for today


5% chance of precipitation


High: -2°C Low: -3°C

Up to 0.2mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

0.4mm5% chance
H -3°C L -4°C

NNE NNE 14km/h

H -4°C L -5°C

NNW NNW 16km/h

H -2°C L -4°C

NW NW 17km/h

H -5°C L -6°C

W W 9km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›


H -2°C L -6°C


H 1°C L -3°C


H 5°C L -1°C


H 5°C L 1°C


H 4°C L -2°C


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Brazil Amazon deforestation soars to 11-year high

November 18, 2019

Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil | Reuters — Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest rose to its highest in over a decade this year, government data on Monday showed, confirming a sharp increase under the leadership of right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro. The data from Brazil’s INPE space research agency, which showed […]

County of Grande Prairie declares agricultural disaster

November 14, 2019

Councillors with the County of Grande Prairie have declared an agricultural disaster in the region, marking what is considered to be a fourth straight year of difficult conditions. Several factors, including wet conditions that delayed seeding last spring, excessive rainfall, and cool weather have slowed production and have led to poor crop quality, the county […] Read more

The post County of Grande Prairie declares agricultural disaster appeared first on The Western Producer.

Almost half of Alberta’s sugar beet crop is lost

November 14, 2019

About 45 percent of Alberta’s 2019 sugar beet crop will not be harvested. It means about 12,600 of the 28,000 contracted acres are lost to producers and lost to Lantic Sugar, the processor that operates the sugar factory in Taber, Alta. “It’s hard to take,” said Alberta Sugar Beet Growers President Arnie Bergen-Henengouwen. “It’s been […] Read more

The post Almost half of Alberta’s sugar beet crop is lost appeared first on The Western Producer.

Manitoba, N.D. farmers still combining soybeans

November 14, 2019

After weeks of minimal progress, farmers in Manitoba and North Dakota are getting soybeans in the bin. In the first week of November, 75-80 percent of the soybeans were harvested in Manitoba. That’s behind the three-year average of 94 percent, but much better than the third week of October, when only 25 percent of soybeans […] Read more

The post Manitoba, N.D. farmers still combining soybeans appeared first on The Western Producer.

Ag News

CN conductors on strike

November 19, 2019

Unionized conductors, trainpersons and yard workers at Canadian National Railway are on strike as of Tuesday morning. The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC), whose CTY arm represents about 3,000 unionized CN staff, announced late Monday its members would stop work at 12:01 a.m. ET Tuesday. “Unfortunately, we were unable to […]

Klassen: Challenging weather influencing feeder market

November 19, 2019

Compared to last week, western Canadian yearling prices were relatively unchanged; calves appeared to trade $3 lower to as much as $5 higher. Weather conditions have played a larger role in the price structure this fall. Major finishing feedlots continue to focus on preconditioned calves and have left the unweaned […]

Impossible Whoppers contaminated by meat, suit claims

November 18, 2019

Reuters — Burger King was sued on Monday by a vegan customer who accused the fast-food chain of contaminating its meatless “Impossible” Whoppers by cooking them on the same grills as its traditional meat burgers. In a proposed class action, Phillip Williams said he bought an Impossible Whopper, a plant-based […]

Soy strength pushes canola futures up

November 18, 2019

WINNIPEG, (MarketsFarm) – Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Futures canola contracts finished steady to higher on Monday, as support from Chicago soyoil edged out a stronger Canadian dollar. The Canadian dollar was slightly higher mid-afternoon Monday at 75.69 U.S. cents, after closing Friday at 75.58. Meanwhile soyoil at the Chicago Board of Trade gained approximately a fifth […] Read more

The post Soy strength pushes canola futures up appeared first on The Western Producer.

Hanging by its fingernails’: U.S. biodiesel industry struggles without subsidy

November 18, 2019

NEW YORK, (Reuters) – When John Whittington shut his Morristown, Indiana, biodiesel plant this week, he knew the move would leave all 14 of his workers there looking for jobs heading into the U.S. holiday season. But he felt he had no choice. A $1-per-gallon subsidy that had been propping up the industry since 2005 […] Read more

The post Hanging by its fingernails’: U.S. biodiesel industry struggles without subsidy appeared first on The Western Producer.

Canola steady; wheat down slightly

November 14, 2019

Winnipeg, (MarketsFarm) – ICE Futures canola contracts settled near unchanged on Thursday, lacking any clear direction throughout the session. Gains in Chicago Board of Trade soyoil and a slowdown in farmer selling pressure provided some underlying support. Idea that canola was looking cheap compared to other oilseeds also underpinned the market, according to participants. While […] Read more

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