SASKATCHEWAN FARMERS' VOICE

Farmers' Voice is the magazine of APAS - delivered to 35,000 farm households three times per year. Read the latest issue now.

Read The Fall 2021 Issue Here

APAS GRAIN CONTRACTS SURVEY

Extreme drought conditions over the summer have resulted in significant production shortfalls across large parts of western Canada. APAS is gathering information on how the drought situation is affecting grain contracts between Saskatchewan producers and grain buyers. APAS will use this information to advocate for producers. Your responses will be kept anonymous.

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HAY WEST

A relief program operated by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, working with farmers across eastern and central Canada to provide hay to drought stricken western livestock producers.

More information on Hay West Program

RURAL CONNECTIVITY TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS

Rural Saskatchewan deserves better internet and cellular coverage. The APAS Rural Connectivity Task Force has developed 43 recommendations to help solve the problem of poor connectivity in rural Saskatchewan.

Read final report

JOIN APAS

Voting in elections every four years isn’t enough – join APAS and help fix agricultural problems 365 days a year. If your RM isn’t currently part of APAS, ask your Council to buy a 12-month trial membership.

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ABOUT APAS

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) is Saskatchewan's democratically elected, non-partisan farm policy and advocacy organization. APAS has been the voice of Saskatchewan’s farmers and ranchers since 2000, and represents ratepayers in 140 rural municipalities.

 

A relief program operated by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, working with farmers across eastern and central Canada to provide hay to drought stricken western livestock producers.

Extreme drought conditions over the summer have resulted in significant production shortfalls across large parts of western Canada. APAS is gathering information on how the drought situation is affecting grain contracts between Saskatchewan producers and grain buyers. APAS will use this information to advocate for producers. Your responses will be kept anonymous.

The APAS Rural Connectivity Task Force has released it final report and recommendations to help improve rural internet and cellular service.

The carbon tax will increase to $170 per tonne by 2030. APAS has released updated estimates of the impact this increase will have on farmers.

Are you getting the internet you're paying for? Take our internet speed test to find out.

LATEST NEWS

“APAS is the voice agriculture needs! Since our RM joined, I have been impressed with APAS's mission to work for the best interests of the agricultural sector. ”

Bev Pirio

APAS Director, District Two

“Our agricultural industry has very unique challenges and elected decision-makers and other policy groups need to have a non-partisan voice like APAS to provide advice and consultation on agricultural issues.”

Devon Walker

APAS Representative, RM of Wilton #472 and 2020 APAS Youth Leadership and Mentorship Program participant

“APAS plays a vital role in building a strong, connected agriculture sector in Saskatchewan that contributes to economic stability and mobility.”

Angela Jones

APAS Representative, RM of Lakeview #337

“APAS has become an exciting and dynamic coalition of producer input, group alliances, and countless talented people. ”

Greg Marshall

Former APAS President

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