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This gorgeous 99 acre parcel of land has stunning views and a large body of water on the property.



http://www.tedcawkwell.com/gorgeous-99-acre-parcel/

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Oh what a difference a few weeks makes! On May 1st, the Saskatchewan Crop Report indicated 1% of the provincial crop had been seeded. By May 15th, the report stated that 30% was complete.

http://www.tedcawkwell.com/crop-report/

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875 people attended this year’s Fish Forever event on Saturday, May 6th!



http://www.tedcawkwell.com/fish-forever-event/

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Ted is the top RE/MAX producer in the farm category for RE/MAX Saskatoon North in April, 2017.

http://www.tedcawkwell.com/top-remax-producers/

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This 29-quarter package of ranch land is undoubtedly one of the nicest ranches in the province! Blocks of land like this one are very rare.

http://www.tedcawkwell.com/29-quarter-ranch/

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While most of Saskatchewan remains cold and wet, seeding time has arrived!


http://www.tedcawkwell.com/seeding-time/

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Did you know – the highest natural source of dietary fiber is the soybean?

One bale of cotton can provide 313,600 $100 bills (and did you know that U.S. paper currency comes from cotton?). No, we didn’t know that either.

We also found these other facts about Soybeans from FarmFlavor.

http://www.tedcawkwell.com/did-you-know-6/

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Do you love vintage tractors?

As the Spring seeding season emerges, the smell of warming soil fills the air across the Prairies. Well, hopefully, unless it’s being temporarily interrupted by random snowfall of course. Nonetheless, Springtime always brings up thoughts of new crops and what’s to come in the year ahead. At the same time, for many people it also brings back nostalgia and memories of what it was like seeding in years gone by.



http://www.tedcawkwell.com/vintage-tractors/
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