Winding down

As seeding winds down across Western Canada, producers in Saskatchewan’s northwestern grain region work to get their crops into the fields. Across Western Canada soil conditions have been largely dry, however spotty showers have left a few lucky producers with relatively good moisture conditions, in some cases delaying seeding. The dry season has meant more acres than average have been planted this year and seeding is ahead of the five-year average for the region. | Photos by William DeKay


As seeding winds down across Western Canada, producers in Saskatchewan’s northwestern grain region work to get their crops into the fields.

Across Western Canada soil conditions have been largely dry, however spotty showers have left a few lucky producers with relatively good moisture conditions, in some cases delaying seeding.

The dry season has meant more acres than average have been planted this year and seeding is ahead of the five-year average for the region. | Photos by William DeKay

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