Tag: University of Saskatchewan

The Success of Clearfield Lentils in Western Canada

Lentils are a relatively small acreage but still requires some of the technology that other crops are fortunate enough to participate in. ¬†Clearfield Lentils has been a unique partnership between Saskatchewan Pulse Growers, BASF and University of Saskatchewan’s Crop Development Center. With the introduction of Clearfield lentils in 2007, farmers are quickly adopting this solution… Read more »

Wheat DDG’s Continue to Be Researched – Dr. Colleen Christensen, U of S

Distiller dried grains (DDG’s) have quickly become a very important part of a beef ration and increasingly at dairies. Created by the ethanol industry DDG’s have allowed many livestock feeders to diversify the feeding ration. When DDG’s first came to the market the supply and delivery logistics of corn DDG’s to Canada was a major… Read more »