Canadian Western Agribition, 2015

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Friday results from Canadian Western Agribition
– Purebred cattle shows wrapped up Friday at Canadian Western Agribition.

Friday’s Angus sale averaged $14,000 at Agribition
– REGINA — The final sale at Canadian Western Agribition ended the show on a high note when the Power and Perfection Angus sale posted an average of $14,062 on 30 lots of live cattle and genetic offerings.

Thursday’s results from Canadian Western Agribition
– Three cattle shows, the commercial sheep and market lamb show and four sales highlighted day four of Canadian Western Agribition Nov. 26.

Livestock pioneers to enter Sask. Ag Hall of Fame
– Three men well known in the livestock sector will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame later this year.

Wednesday’s results from Canadian Western Agribition
– Purebred cattle shows and sales began in earnest yesterday at Canadian Western Agribition.

Agribition names scholarship winners
– Canadian Western Agribition has awarded this year’s $2,500 post-secondary scholarships to students with a history of involvement in the show.

CN Rail and 4-H partner for leadership, farm safety
– 4-H Canada and Canadian National Railway announced a new partnership at Canadian Western Agribition Nov. 25.

Tuesday results from Canadian Western Agribition
– The first show champions were crowned at Canadian Western Agribition yesterday.

Adoption introduces Haitian boy to world of cattle
– REGINA — Ken Paul is a typical Canadian boy who likes hockey, chicken dinners and hanging out with friends. It was not always so.

Bison bull sells for $21,000 at Agribition
– A $21,000 two-year-old bull consigned by Silver Creek Bison of Binscarth, Man., topped the Canadian National Bison sale at Canadian Western Agribition Nov. 24.

VIDEO: Federal agriculture minister MacAulay attends Agribition
– Saskatchewan agriculture minister Lyle Stewart burned the brand to officially kick off the 45th Canadian Western Agribition in Regina Nov. 23. Standing beside him was federal minister Lawrence MacAulay, recently appointed to the post and on his first official duty. Read more

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