Saskatchewan. Department of Agriculture



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  • FILM R-3323.3
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  • 1994 or before

Interview: (1)Magnetic track and image of an interview with two elderly farmers about the drought of the 1930s. (2) Magnetic track and image of an interview with Jim Webster, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, about the drought. AD Test Strip reading 1.0 - deterioration has begun. 22/11/00.


Agricultural Labourers

  • Pamphlet File - Agricultural Labourers
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  • 1915

A photocopy of a publication entitled, Practical Pointers for Farm Hands, published by direction of Hon. W. R. Motherwell, Minister of Agriculture. Printed by J. W. Reid, Government Printer, 1915.

Agriculture - Saskatchewan

  • Clippings File - Agriculture - Saskatchewan
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  • 1938, 1958

Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture news releases issued in 1958 and copies of the news releases that were reproduced in newspapers across the province.

Address delivered by Professor E.C. Hope of the Farm Management Department of the University of Saskatchewan on September 22, 1938 on CBC. Address entitled "Present Position of Prairie Agriculture". 4 p.

Article entitled "Saskatchewan's First Fifty Years", by C.V. Faulkner, Country Guide, September 1955.

Agriculture - Saskatchewan

  • Pamphlet File - Agriculture - Saskatchewan
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  • 1934-1955

Canadian Society of Technical Agriculturists, North Saskatchewan Branch, a Report of a committee on Planning For Post-War Agriculture in Saskatchewan, L.C. Paul as Chairman, Saskatoon, April, 1944. (2 copies)

A symposium prepared by members of the staff of the Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture for presentation to the Saskatchewan Reconstruction Council, ca. 1944. (102 p.)

Address given by J.G. Taggart, Saskatchewan Minister of Agriculture, to the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations, December 16, 1937.

Souvenir of the Farm Delegation to Ottawa, February 2, 1942. (40 p.)

Farm Family Living in Southeastern Saskatchewan, 1947-48 by M.A. MacNaughton, J.M. Mann and M.B. Blackwood, 1948. (33 p.)

"Historical Outline of Agriculture in Saskatchewan as Reflected in Reports of the Department," an extract by John R. Bunn from the Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture of Saskatchewan for the twelve months ended March 31, 1955. (19 p.)

A poster distributed by the Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture regarding when and where agricultural meetings will be held to discuss some of the problems of tillage, crop rotations, marketing, and livestock production. (before 1947)

Farm Practices In Central Saskatchewan, by J.W. Clarke, 1950. 40 p. (2 copies)

Farm Practices in the Weyburn Loam and Regina Heavey Clay soils of Saskatchewan, by M. Ragush and F.F. Cline. Published by the Canada Department of Agriculture, September, 1953. (27 p.)

Alternatives to Grain Growing in the Prairie Provinces, an address delivered by A. M. Shaw at The Western Canada Live Stock Union meeting in Moose Jaw on January 18 and Saskatchewan Agricultural Societies Convention in Saskatoon on January 19, 1934. 17 p. (2 copies)

Auld, Francis Hedley

  • R-5
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  • ca. 1911-1950

Small volume of records created, accumulated and used by F.H. Auld as Deputy Minister of Agriculture in Saskatchewan. Includes records relating to agricultural extension work, agricultural credit, and agricultural societies. Collection includes personal records created, accumulated and used by Auld as a member of the Rotary Club and chairman of the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) of Regina. Also includes a draft of his book and correspondence with William Waldron. File 11 includes a document entitled Summary of Weather and Crop History in Western Canada compiled by Professor E.C. Hope of the Department of Farm Management, University of Saskatchewan. File 11 includes records relating to the 1935 Farm Boys' Camp at the Provincial Exhibition in Regina. File no. 9 includes information on the re-establishment and relief of northern settlers and the better farming train and includes an article by J.G. Taggart on dry land farming on the southern prairies. File 9 includes a publication by R.A. Stutt entitled An Economic Classification of Land in the Govenlock-Eastend-Maple Creek Area, Saskatchewan, 1946.

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