A new edition of Saskatchewan Farmers’ Voice magazine is hot off the presses and will soon be en route to farm mailboxes and agricultural leaders across the province!
The Summer 2020 issue of Farmers’ Voice is packed full of important agricultural information ranging from profiles of local producers to ways that APAS has been advocating for good agricultural policy … to everyone’s favourite: our regular feature on Saskatchewan farm dogs!
In this issue, make sure to check out:
- An interview with Angela Bedard-Haughn, the newly appointed Dean of the College of Ag and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan. Angela tells us all about the most cutting edge research currently taking place at the U of S, and how it promises to transform agriculture for all of us!
- A profile of young producer and APAS Board member Devin Harlick. We visit Devin’s farm to learn about his take on sheep, technology, and the future of Saskatchewan ag.
- A special policy feature that dives deep into the work that APAS has been doing to advocate for better Business Risk Management programs and emergency relief for the province's producers.
- PLUS COVID-19 resources for ag, farm dogs, and plenty more!
Saskatchewan Farmers’ Voice is sent out (FREE!) to all Saskatchewan farm mailboxes three times per year. You can also read every issue online at apas.ca. And if you are receiving Farmers’ Voice and would like to, just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll be happy send you your free copy.