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Brandon Terminal Phase Three

Mar 10, 2021

Ron Helwer, President of Shur-Gro Farm Services is pleased to announce the third and final phase of the dry fertilizer storage and handling capabilities at Brandon Terminal Ltd has been completed.   www.brandonterminal.ca

Seeing 2020?

Dec 23, 2020

They say hindsight is 2020. As we enter a new year and a new decade, let’s look back at 2019 to help chart our path for the upcoming crop season. By evaluating 2019 we can get ready for 2020.

Branch Updates

Dec 22, 2020

With Spring around the corner there has been exciting updates across the Shur-Gro Branches in the last couple of months.

Season’s Greetings

Dec 21, 2020

Oakville Fertilizer Plant

Nov 18, 2020

Upgrades are happening at Oakville Fertilizer Plant. In load leg is being installed to fill up the new Fertilizer bins.

Shur-Gro August update

Aug 27, 2020

Harvest season is upon us once again in the Prairie Provinces and as of August 25, Manitoba Agriculture has reported the overall harvest percentage completion at 13%. This is to be expected as crops were planted later in the season due to moisture issues along with some reseeding going on as well. While we are just getting started with harvest, wheat yields are looking to be around average to just below average due to the stresses that were faced throughout the year. Oat and barley yields however are reporting to be above average. As we enter into September, canola fields are quickly ripening and being swathed or desiccated as well as some earlier varieties already being thrashed.

My Summer Experience

Aug 27, 2020

Hello my name is Rachel. I am currently a summer student working for Shur-Gro Farm Services at the Neepawa location. I have recently finished my second year of a two year Agribusiness Diploma course at Assiniboine Community College in Brandon, Manitoba.

Shur-Gro August update

Aug 01, 2020

Harvest season is upon us once again in the Prairie Provinces and as of August 25, Manitoba Agriculture has reported the overall harvest percentage completion at 13%.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Jun 29, 2020

On Sunday, June 28 the skies opened up on a narrow strip along Hwy 10 throught Brandon and north to Minndosa. The area received anywhere from 6 to 10+ inches of rain in a period of a few hours. Some hail, damaging winds and a tornado near Rapid City also affected the area.

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