From the ground up

After a successful first year, the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence (LFCE) continues to provide unique research opportunities for live...

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Striking a balance between the costs and benefits of wetlands

A new research project will look at how to compensate farmers for the costs of keeping wetlands on their properties.

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Experimental economics in transportation policy

Shipping Saskatchewan grain to market is no game, but James Nolan is using experiments in the form of computer games to better understand how Canada’s freight system works, and how...

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It really is who you know

Farming isn’t just about tractors and seeds—networking is becoming the driving force in modern agriculture.

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Dilema in aisle 3

Jill Hobbs is peering into the enigmatic ways of today’s shoppers and how they’re revolutionizing the food business.

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The billion dollar disappearing act

All eyes were on the railways when ‘grain gridlock’ hit the Prairies, but Richard Gray was following the money

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