Saskatchewan Crop Organizations 2023 AGMs

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Saskatchewan Crop Organizations 2023 AGMs

The Annual General Meetings of Sask Crops

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Prairieland Park 503 Ruth Street West Saskatoon, SK S7K 4E4 Canada

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About this event

  • 3 days 6 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Registration is now open to attend the Annual General Meetings (AGMs) for Sask Crops either in-person or virtually.

Producers may register for one or more meetings as a voting member if they are eligible, as per each organization's regulations. Producers and industry representatives may attend AGMs as observers.

Sask Seed Growers Awards Banquet and AGM will be hosted on January 11th and 12th at the Saskatoon Inn. In-person and virtual portions are available for the AGM. To register for this AGM please click the button at the bottom of the page. For those attending the banquet on January 11th, there will be a $65 fee to attend and will be invoiced to you by Sask Seed prior to the event.

This year the Saskatchewan Forage Seed Development Commission, AGM, Seed Production & Market Information Sessions, Evening Social, will be taking place on December 12th, 2022 from 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM at the Nipawin Evergreen Centre Auditorium. In-person and virtual options are available for the AGM portion of the event only. Registration for this AGM will open on Monday, November 7. To register please click here.

The Canary Seed Development Commission will host their AGM and Information Session from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM on December 14, 2022 at the Ramada Plaza in Regina. For more details and to register please click here.

Monday, January 9, 2023

10:00 AM - Sask Wheat AGM (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

11:45 AM - Winter Cereals AGM (Prairieland Park, Hall E)

12:30 PM - Luncheon (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

1:00 PM - Market Outlook: Wheat & Pulse with Chuck Penner (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

2:30 PM - Industry Topic and Q&A (TBC) (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

4:00 PM - Saskatchewan Pulse Growers AGM (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

5:30 PM - Networking Reception (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

Tuesday, January 10, 2023

8:00 AM - Special Announcements (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

9:00 AM - Market Outlook: Flax, Canola, Barley with Chuck Penner (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

10:15 AM - SaskFlax AGM (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

11:30 AM - Luncheon (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

12:00 PM - SaskCanola AGM (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

1:30 PM - Afternoon Keynote with Dave Meslin (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

2:45 PM - Barley Beer Tasting (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

3:00 PM - SaskBarley AGM (Prairieland Park, Hall A)

Wednesday, January 11, 2023

9:00 AM - SaskOats AGM, Research Updates and Market Outlook Session (Prairieland Park, Hall E)

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM - Sask Seed Growers Award Banquet (Location: Saskatoon Inn)

Thursday, January 12, 2023

7:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Sask Seed Growers AGM and Industry Updates (Location: Saskatoon Inn)

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM - SaskMustard AGM, Research Updates and Market Outlook Session (Prairieland Park, Hall E)

About Dave Meslin:

Dave Meslin is all about civil liberties and engaging yourself and those around you to protect them – with COLLABORATION and COMMUNITY both being front and centre concepts. He is an amazing individual – truly gifted at working with clients to bring out in their event what they’re after, sometimes before they know that’s what they want! He is super smart (as in his mind is incredibly agile and plugged into all kinds of innovative ways to move forward) and is naturally very funny. He has that intangible “something” that puts people at ease and draws them in to engage with him – and he’s always a pleasure to work with. And whether he’s up on stage connecting with several hundred in the audience right there in the room, or on TV, on CBC in front of hundreds of thousands of viewers, using Lego blocks to show how things would look if Canada had proportional representation, he never fails to engage, educate and entertain those watching him! (That CBC appearance has been watched 2.5 million times on Facebook!)

About Chuck Penner:

Chuck Penner is the owner and grain market analyst for LeftField Commodity Research in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He has almost 30 years of experience in the Canadian grain industry working for various organizations and grew up on a farm in the Red River Valley of Manitoba. Chuck routinely analyzes developments in the Canadian, North American and Global markets for grains, oilseeds, pulses and special crops.

Please visit Sask Crops or individual crop commission websites for more information, detailed meeting agendas, information on resolutions, and meeting materials.