Talking to Farmers: How are the Crops in Saskatchewan & Manitoba?

Canada’s Farm Progress Show was a great opportunity to connect with farmers throughout Saskatchewan, across the west and beyond. As we do at most farm shows we decided to hit the grounds and talk to some of those farmers and ask a number of different questions. This time around, we asked farmers about the state of their crops. What we ended up with were responses that ran the range from a short and terse “flooded” to a slightly more animated “crops are looking pretty good”. We also managed to paint a fairly good picture of conditions across Saskatchewan and into a small portion of Manitoba.

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This video was taken June 21st on the grounds of Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina, Saskatchewan.

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