VIDEO: Harvest 2016

The 2016 growing season will be remembered for its promising start that ran into mid-season rain clouds that wouldn’t stop releasing moisture. The result was drowned out and diseased crops, but the harvest is still expected to be impressive. Our Western Producer reporters and editors have been with you in the field this season. In […] Read more


VIDEO: The damaged harvest

Jan Knight hates being the bearer of bad news. However, that’s going to be a big part of her job for the next few months as she informs farmers that their crops are likely to be downgraded because of disease and weather damage. “I don’t want to be a ‘Debbie Downer,’ but there’s nothing really […] Read more


Harvest arrives despite excessive rain

If rain makes grain, then farmers near Elrose and Kyle in west-central Saskatchewan could be looking at some big yields this fall — at least in fields that weren’t drowned out or flooded. The area — about a two-hour drive southwest of Saskatoon — holds the distinction this year of having received more rain than […] Read more