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Annual General Meeting Jan 11, 2021

Formed in 2005-06 to develop the forage seed industry in SK, the Saskatchewan Forage Seed Development Commission (SFSDC) is a grower funded and directed organization. We exist because of Saskatchewan forage seed growers and because of this your health and safety came into play when planning our 2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM).

On January 11, 2021 our one-hour AGM will be held virtually from 12:30 to 1:30. Access by telephone will be available for growers who are unable to join online so they too can participate. After the AGM the market outlook for forages, including alfalfa seed, will be presented.

This virtual AGM will be a first for SFSDC, but we are not alone. On January 11-13, 2021 the Saskatchewan Crop Organizations 2021 AGMs have been arranged so growers may easily participate in one or more virtual AGMs of twelve SK check-off funded crop groups and the Saskatchewan Seed Growers Association. For more information and/or to register, please go to www.saskcrops.com- registration opens December 1, 2020.

You will receive a ticket confirmation from Eventbrite once you have completed your registration and the event organizer will forward contact information to the organizers of each AGM selected by the attendee when registering. As in past events, attendees who are not registered growers are welcome to observe any online AGMs.

SFSDC will mail all forage seed growers who contributed the forage seed levy in the last two years additional information about the AGM in the December Prairie Seeds Newsletter. Stay tuned as we work out the details and please follow us on social media.

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Seed of forage crops has been harvested for a hundred years in Saskatchewan. Forage seed production has evolved to be a core business for some producers and global seed companies.

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Saskatchewan Forage Seed Development Commission

Seed of forage crops have been harvested for a hundred years in Saskatchewan. Forage seed production has evolved to be a core business for some producers and global seed companies. Some crops are destined entirely for export markets, while others remain in Saskatchewan to be planted by livestock producers and conservation agencies.

The Saskatchewan Forage Seed Development Commission (SFSDC) was created as the producer-led organization to guide research and development needs of all forage, turf and amenity crops, with the exception of alfalfa. Alfalfa seed producers have had a separate Commission and production levy, the SASPDC, since 1997.

The SFSDC was established in June 2005 under The Agri-Food Act, following a feasibility study conducted in 2002-2003 and extensive consultation and communication with forage seed producers and buyers.