Welcome to Saskatchewan’s newest daily online newspaper - farmnewsNOW.com.
This will be your local source for all news related to the agriculture industry including research developments and the latest in crop, livestock and market news.
In addition to daily industry news, this website will also be the go-to source for Saskatchewan’s producers when it comes to farm equipment and real estate sales. The best part is…it’s totally FREE!
My name is Nigel Maxwell and I will be one of the reporters for farmnewsNOW.com. I have worked in the region’s media industry for nine years. During this time, I have developed many good relationships with local producers and one common feedback I heard from them was that there was not enough local news geared towards their interests and more importantly their business. Through this new online newspaper, I aim to change that. Instead of reposting government press releases as news, I will dig deeper and talk directly to local producers for reaction so you, the reader, can better understand how it may affect you, your family, your money and your future.
At a time when other media outlets are reducing their staff and service, we are constantly growing. Jim Pattison Broadcast Group now has 7 local news websites operating in the province including paNOW.com, battlefordsNOW.com, meadowlakeNOW.com, northeastNOW.com, larongeNOW.com and saskNOW.com - making us the largest combined news team in Saskatchewan.
We hope you enjoy the newest one stop news site for everything Ag related. If you have story ideas, send them my way by emailing [email protected] or by calling 306-922-6397.
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