Jun 2019

2019 Semi-Annual Meeting

All registered wheat producers are encouraged to attend the Sask Wheat Semi-Annual Meeting on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at the Farm Progress Show in Regina. 

Registration is free for Saskatchewan-based wheat producers and those working in Saskatchewan's grains sector. Registration includes lunch and a one-day admission to the Farm Progress Show.

Keynote Speaker

phil_needhamPhil Needham is an agrologist from Kentucky who conducts around 60-70 intensive wheat management seminars across the US in addition to other countries around the world. These events include Phil's practical experience and research, to help producers streamline their crop management strategies, increase crop yields and boost farm profits.

Phil and his wife Holly started Needham Ag Technologies, LLC. in February 2006 to help provide agronomically proven products and agronomy services to fill voids in the market. Today, their equipment division continues to grow, along with their customer base across the US, Canada and many other countries around the world.

Meeting details

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

11:00 a.m. to approximately 1:00 p.m. – Includes presentations and lunch

Ballroom A, Queensbury Convention Centre

Evraz Place, Regina (during Farm Progress Show 2019)


Please CLICK HERE to register. Registration is free for Saskatchewan-based wheat producers and those working in Saskatchewan's grains sector. Your passes to the Farm Progress Show will be sent in the mail.



All parking during the Farm Progress Show is off-site. Parking with shuttle service to Evraz Place is available at Rambler Park.

Shuttle services run every 15 minutes Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday during the following times:

  • Wednesday & Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Please click on the link below to learn more:



  • Phone: 306-653-7932
  • Email:

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