Canada’s Farm Progress Show 2019

Canada’s Farm Progress Show runs Wednesday June 19 through Friday June 21 in Regina.

WP reporters are on the ground and will be filing stories and photos that you can find below.

This page will be updated daily while the show is on.

Jason and Jenna Ranger named Sask. Outstanding Young Farmers – The opportunity to rent land from former Saskatchewan Outstanding Young Farmers winners a dozen years ago led Jason and Jenna Ranger to the same title yesterday.

The opportunity to rent land from former Saskatchewan Outstanding Young Farmers winners a dozen years ago led Jason and Jenna Ranger to the same title yesterday. | Twitter/@CanadaOYF photo

 

Rain improves crowds at Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina. | Michael Raine photo

Rain improves crowds at Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina. | Michael Raine photo

Rain fell in Regina at Canada’s Farm Progress Show and across the remainder of the Regina Plains that failed to recieve general showers last weekend. | Michael Raine photo

Farm Progress announces changes as show begins – Canada’s Farm Progress Show has begun for another year with the news that big changes are coming for 2020.

Evraz Place chief executive officer Tim Reid said the show will shift to a mid-week format, running Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday rather than the current Wednesday through Friday. | Twitter/@CanadaFarmShow photo

Big capacity chaff collection cart Canadian style – With feed shortages looming, cattle producers are thinking about alternative feed sources, such as ammoniated slough grass and chaff. Chaff may have high nutritional value, but it’s a nuisance to handle.

The Canadian-built Boomerang Chaff Cart will make its debut at Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina this month. | Ron Lyseng photo


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