Ag seminar set for Feb. 27 in Yorkton

As farmers prepare to plant the 2020 crop information on potential returns this fall is important.

That is where ‘The Wild Oats Grain Marketing Seminar’ to be held in Yorkton Feb. 27, can be an asset, for farmers looking to improve their marketing.

John Duvenaud, publisher of Wild Oats, will give outlooks on flax, oats, canary and peas.

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Jerry Klassen, who buys most of the imported wheat milled in Europe, will give outlooks on canola, wheat and feed grains.

Ray Garnett, of the Ray Garnett Climate and Crops Letter will talk about what's really happening to our climate.

The headline speaker is Harold Davis of Prairie Crop Charts. He'll talk about the benefits of incremental marketing, about seasonalities in crop prices and give short and long term crop outlooks based on chart action.

The seminar ruins from 9am to 4pm on Thursday, Feb 27, and includes lunch. Only room for 80 people, first come, first served. Call 1-800-567-5671 or

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