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SpreadTheMustard.com launches as a way to connect consumers to Saskatchewan mustard production

Spread the Mustard’s primary goal is to promote the culinary use of mustard ingredients by sharing easy recipes, cooking information, health and nutrition facts and fun images.

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Mustard Grower Newsletter Summer 2018 Edition

Chairman’s Message, Recipe: Shrimp and Vegetable Cold Rolls with Mustard Sprouts, Durum/Mustard Field Day, Mustard Market Outlook, Mustard 21 Canada Inc. (M21), Update, Nominations Open for Sask Mustard, Board Position, Spread the Mustard this Summer, Mustard Buyers List.

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Nominations open for Sask Mustard board position

Nominations are now being accepted for the one open director position on the Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission. Nomination forms are available here.

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Durum/Mustard Field Day – Thursday, July 19

At the Swift Current Research and Development Centre. No registration fee, but please register in advance as soon as possible by calling Saskatchewan Agriculture at 306-778-8285.

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Registered mustard producers eligible for tax credit

For 2017, registered mustard producers may claim 19% of their checkoff contributions as a qualifying SR&ED expenditure on their federal tax return.

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Presentations from the AGM at Crop Week 2018

Presentations from the SaskMustard AGM, January 11 at Crop Week 2018, are available for download as PDF files here.

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Mustard Grower Newsletter Winter 2017 Edition

Recipe: Mozzarella Stuffed Turkey Meatballs in a Lemony Mustard Pesto Sauce, Marketing & Communications Update, Mustard Market Outlook, Mustard 21 Canada Inc. (M21) Update, Sask Mustard Election Results, New Mustard Processing plant in Swift Current, Introducing Director Markus Caswell, Mustard Buyers List.

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Mustard Grower Newsletter Summer 2017 Edition

Mustard Research Tour, Nominations for Sask Mustard Board of Directors, Recipe: Chipotle & Apple Turkey Burgers with Mustard Herb Aioli, Mustard Market Outlook, Marketing and Communications Update, Sask Mustard AGM to be held January 11, 2018, Admixtures are not a Sask Crop Insurance quality factor, Using Sask Mustard website with mobile phones, Mustard buyers list.

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Registered mustard producers eligible for tax credit

For 2016, registered mustard producers may claim 26% of their checkoff contributions as a qualifying SR&ED expenditure on their federal tax return.

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Presentations from the AGM at Crop Week 2017

Presentations from the Mustard AGM, January 12 at Crop Week 2017, are available for download as PDF files here.

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