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Vance Bell wrote:
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AgWorld Online

http://www.saskstar.sk.ca/agworld/index.html

AgWorld Online is an electronic version of the print publication of the
same name. AgWorld appears 12 times a year. Published on the last
Tuesday of each month, AgWorld's print version is delivered free to 68,000
farmers in Saskatchewan via Canada Post.

AgWorld includes a full classified section and special Automotive and
Implement Showcase tabloid pullout.

We are committed to provide information farmers and associated businesses
can implement in their operations or use to make informed choices or
decisions about timely agricultural issues.

Our editorial goal is to provide a total package of "news you can use" -
AgWorld employs writers from all over the province to discuss issues
pertinent to today's farmer.

Recent articles:

* New season springs to mind
* The price of war
* Focus on agbiotech
* Many farmers facing spring seeding delay
* GRIP misguided gov't program, says lawyer

Contact:

doug.lacombe@saskstar.sk.ca
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