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Carry-over Seed

Opportunity to advertise your carry-over seed  in our Fall 2022 Seed Guide
Alberta-British Columbia seed growers have the opportunity to list seed from previous production years in the Alberta Seed Guide. Carry-over seed listings run in the digital and print versions of the fall and spring editions. These listings are a no-fee, value-added service for our members. 

For improved accuracy, please list your carry-over seed in the excel spreadsheet below and return it via email to kelly@abcseedgrowers.caIf you have any questions regarding carry-over seed listings, contact Kelly in the ABCSG office at 403-325-0081. 
Carry-over seed excel spreadsheet
NOTE: All CSGA members may submit a Carry Over Seed Form, found in SeedCert, under the Forms tab. The form will ask for the crop certificate number to validate each carry over request. There is a $50 fee per crop certificate number and carry over will be listed on Seed Locator
Seed Locator

Team Alberta Crops

Team Alberta Crops responds to the new "Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership" (SCAP)

In late July, agricultural ministers from across Canada were able to reach a deal on the next five-year Agricultural Policy Framework at their annual federal-provincial-territorial meeting. The new agreement will be known as the "Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership" (SCAP).

Team Alberta Crops was pleased with the preliminary SCAP agreement, which includes the most critical programs to help farmers remain competitive and feed the world. In August, Team Alberta released a letter to Minister Horner and a memo to farmers outlining our response to the new agreement. 

Read our letter to Minister Horner and memo to farmers here: 
Letter to Minister Horner
Memo to Farmers

AgSafe Alberta 

Preventing road incidents
Harvest season is here which means long hours using big equipment. Those in farming communities need to be well-prepared and safe.

Incidents involving agricultural equipment and motorists are not uncommon. Sadly, the outcomes of these can be devastating. While producers cannot control the actions of motorists on roads and highways, we can take steps to help prevent an incident.

AgSafe Alberta has released the Farm Equipment on Public Roads Toolbox Talk to help you and your farm team recognize the hazards and take steps to help prevent an incident while travelling on the road.

Click on the link to download:
Farm Equipment on Public Roads Toolbox Talk

Have a safe harvest! 

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