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  2016 ADF - Livestock and Forage Research Funding
Summary of ADF Projects 2016 - Livestock and Forage Research Funding
  2016 ADF Crop Research Funding
40 crop-related research projects - $7,018,399
  2017 ADF - Crops Research Funding
46 crop-related research projects $7,671,664
  2017 ADF - Livestock and Forage Research Funding
24 livestock and forage-related research projects - $3,453,280
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  ADOPT Application Form - December 2016
This form will become APPENDIX “A” of your contract if your application is approved. Please address application inquiries and return completed applications electronically (by email attachment) to the ADOPT evaluation co-ordinator: evaluation.coordinator@gov.sk.ca
  Ag Research Staff (Org Chart)
Ag Research Staff (Org Chart)
  Agriculture Demonstration of Practices and Technologies - Approved Applications Fall/Winter 2016
Approved applications from the June 7, 2016 submission deadline
  Agriculture Demonstration of Practices and Technologies - Approved Applications Spring/Summer 2016
Summary of the approved applications for ADOPT funding from the December 2015 deadline.
  Agriculture Demonstration of Practices and Technologies - Approved Applications Spring/Summer 2017
Approved applications from the December 7, 2016 submission deadline
  Agriculture Demonstration of Practices and Technologies - Approved Applications Spring/Summer 2017
Approved applications from the December 7, 2016 submission deadline.
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  Evaluation of the Strategic Research Program (SRP) and Agriculture Development Fund - Final Report
Evaluation of the Strategic Research Program (SRP) and Agriculture Development Fund - Final Report
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  Intellectual Capacity - Endowed Chairs - Dr. Tom Scott – Bio Process Engineering (program Framework)
Saskatchewan has a major cereal, pulse, oilseed and special crops industry, producing high quality grains, mainly for export as primary commodities.
  Intellectual Capacity - Endowed Chairs - Dr. Tom Scott – Chair in Feed Processing Technology (Program Framework)
Feed represents the largest single cost factor (65 per cent) in animal production. Advancements in feed processing technology have the ability to reduce this cost through a number of distinct avenues including improving feed quality and nutritional value, decreasing the cost of production and increasing the utilization of local feed ingredients.
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  Review of Beef, Feed and Forage Research and Development Activities in Saskatchewan
In support of the dedicated funding for beef, feed and forage research and development, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture recognized the need for a full review of the current beef, feed and forage research and development activities.
  Review of Beef, Feed and Forage Research and Development Activities in Saskatchewan
Appendices - June 18, 2012
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