“Modern agriculture enables us to be more sustainable in what we do and allows us to provide nutritious food in a way that’s good for the environment too.”
– Jake Leguee & Sarah Leguee, Saskatchewan Farmers
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“In Canada we know our food is safe because we use evidence-based science where we set a standard, we monitor, we measure, we find out where the risks are and we constantly improve.” – Dr. Leigh Rosengren. Learn more about Leigh and what agriculture means to her. #OurFoodHasAStoryMeeet Leigh, veterinarian and owner of Rosengren Epidemiology Consulting Ltd. outside of Weyburn. ... See MoreSee Less
And do you think your going to get any help from this Federal Gov't??? Not 1 iota of a chance that happening but they will want more from ALL CANADIAN TAX PAYERS to pay off and APOLIGISE to a KNOWN TERRORIST!!! WHAT THE HELL IS THIS COUNTRY COMING TO UNDER THESE MORON LIBERALS TODAY!!!
And no rain so everything is burning up!!
3 weeks ago
Canada’s agriculture industry is diverse. We produce a wide variety of foods for Canadians to enjoy! Happy early Canada Day #SaskAg – have a great long weekend! #Canada150 #OurFoodHasAStory ... See MoreSee Less
Saskatchewan Agriculture shared The Saskatchewanderer's video.
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“We produce the world’s best barley here in Saskatchewan and it is sought after by maltsters worldwide.” #OurFoodHasAStory
The Bushwakker Brewing Company opened its doors in January of 1991, being one of the first brewpubs in the province, and has been rated one of the top 5 brewpubs in Canada by the Globe and Mail. With several award winning beers on tap, the family owned and operated brewpub has hundreds of die-hard regulars and continues to draw in customers from all over the world.
For more on the Bushwakker Brewpub, click here:
👉 saskatchewanderer.ca/blog/bushwakker-brewpub 👈
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Ale and Lager Enthusiasts of Saskatchewan (ALES) Club
Photos in the video courtesy of the Bushwakker Brewpub ... See MoreSee Less