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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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Mustard Grower Newsletter Winter 2016 Edition

Market Outlook Report Nov. 2016, Mustard on the Menu: Cranberry Orange Chutney with Mustard Seed, Sask Mustard AGM and Information Meeting at Prairieland Park, An Update from Sask Mustard, Minor Use Update for Mustard, New Director for Sask Mustard, Sask Mustard board vacancy to be filled by appointment, Mustard buyers list.

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Oilseed Producer Meetings

Saskatchewan Oilseed Producer meetings are being held November 14 to 18 at various locations across the province. The meeting on November 18 at Swift Current includes information for mustard growers. To find out more and to register, go to www.saskcanola.com/news/oilseed-producer-meetings.

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Registered mustard producers eligible for tax credit

For 2015, registered mustard producers may claim 19% of their checkoff contributions as a qualifying SRED expenditure on their federal tax return.

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Presentations from the AGM at Crop Week 2016

Presentations from Mustard Day, January 14 at Crop Week 2016, are available for download here as PDF files.

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Mustard Production Manual and New Mustard Cookbook Launched

A comprehensive Mustard Production Manual is now available online, and a new family-friendly mustard cookbook, Mustard Makeovers and More – 100 Marvellous Recipes for Busy Families is released.

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New videos help spread message of flavourful, versatile Canadian mustard

Sask Mustard premieres videos at Annual Meeting. These videos will help promote new ways to use mustard and help chefs and other culinary experts to learn more about one of the world’s oldest savoury spices.

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