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Harvest Showdown Commercial Forage Show
November 2-5, 2016
Yorkton, SK 
It’s that time of year again!  The Harvest Showdown Commercial Forage Show at the Yorkton Exhibition is coming up on November 2 to 5, 2016.  We would like to invite you to enter by October 14, 2016.  The entry fee is only $20.00 per sample to help cover the cost of the feed test.  This is an excellent opportunity to inexpensively obtain a detailed forage analysis as it normally costs twice as much.  Assistance is available to interpret the results and design a winter ration for your cattle from Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture.  A forage test can be a valuable tool not only to determine what your livestock feed requirements and costs will be for the winter but also as a selling feature if you are marketing your forage.

To enter your forage sample, click here.

Getting Started in Sheep "The Basics Workshop"
Nov 4 & 5, 2016
Saskatoon, SK 

This two-day course covers the basics in the sheep industry. It is designed for those looking to get into sheep and those who are already in the business at a beginner level. Cost is $150 plus GST per person or $225 plus GST for a couple. 

To view the course outline, click here

Canadian Forage & Grassland Association Conference
Nov 15-17, 2016
Winnipeg, MN 
Register now for the 7th Annual CFGA Conference hosted by the Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association at the Fairmont Hotel in Winnipeg. The theme of this year's conference is Grass and Green in 2016 to recognize the important role of Canadian forage and grassland managers in providing significant environmental and economic benefits to Canadians from coast to coast.
To learn more, visit the CFGA website.

Beef Cattle Research Council (BCRC) November webinars
Nov 17 and 23, 2016
via Webinar
Register now for the BCRC's November webinars! By registering you can watch them live or view the recording later. The November 17th topic is What is the Environmental Footprint of Beef Production? Join the webinar to hear about a recent study showing that Canadian Beef Producers have reduced greenhouse gas emissions over the last 30 years, and to learn more about increasing these efficiencies. On November 23, the BCRC webinar features Swath and bale grazing strategies. 
To read more or to register for these webinars, visit the Beef Cattle Research Council website

Canadian Western Agribition
Nov 21-26, 2016
Regina, SK 
Canadian Western Agribition, located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, is the best beef show on the continent and the largest livestock show in Canada. The show is anchored by beef cattle and features horses, bison, sheep, goats, and an extensive agribusiness trade show. Canadian Western Agribition is a blend of agriculture, First Nations, and festive entertainment, featuring live music, shopping, and food.
For more information, visit the Agribition website.

Foraging into the Future IX
December 7 & 8, 2016
Swift Current, SK 
The theme for Foraging into the Future IX is Building Blocks of Success. Topics will include: What is Soil Health, Cocktail Cover Crops, Water Development Projects, Forage Rejuventation and much more. This event will take place at the Credit Union IPlex in Swift Current.
To view the poster and agenda, click here.

Saskatchewan Beef Industry Conference
January 24-26, 2017
Regina, SK 
Connect with Beef Industry Decision Makers, Stakeholders and Fellow Cattlemen at Saskatchewan's Premier Beef Event.
Watch the website for more details. 

Native Prairie Restoration and Reclamation Workshop
February  8 & 9, 2016
Regina, SK 
Save the date for the 2017 Native Prairie Restoration and Reclamation Workshop, scheduled for February 8 & 9, 2017 in Regina, SK.The theme is Reclaiming Spaces-Restoring Species.
Stay up-to-date with information on the workshop on the SK PCAP website.

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