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  • ASB Strategic Plan (2024-2028) Now Available

    Your Agricultural Services Board has been hard at work researching and planning the services, programs, and initiatives they hope to offer over the coming years. View their Vision, Mission, and Strategic Priorities for yourself in the ASB 2024-28 Strategic Plan, now available.

  • Now Accepting ALUS Expressions of Interest from Producers

    Are you interested in conducting an ALUS project on your land? ALUS Expressions of Interest are now open to Saddle Hills County producers. 

  • Be Prepared: Strong Winds

    Strong winds have the potential to cause power or communication disruptions and potential injury. #BePrepared and have a plan to keep yourself and others safe.  

  • Wild Boar Seminar - August 13, 2024

    Join us for a Wild Boar Seminar at the Fourth Creek Hall, on August 13, 2024. 

  • Helping Seniors Connect with the New GENIE Kiosk

    Saddle Hills County was excited to be invited to the unveiling of the new GENIE kiosk at the Central Peace Health Complex Long-Term Care Facility in Spirit River, on June 25, 2024. The kiosk and simple, easy-to-use software will allow residents to more easily connect with loved ones. 

  • 2024 Livestock Tax Deferral Regions Announced

    The regions for the 2024 Livestock Tax Deferral provision have been announced, including Saddle Hills County. 

  • RDAR Invests $2.2 Million to Improve Genetic Selection of Beef Cattle

    Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR) is investing $2.2 million in Livestock Gentec to help drive the adoption of tools that will improve the genetic selection of beef cattle and power economic and environmentally positive changes in Alberta's livestock sector.

  • Spraying Tips for Tough Conditions

    Rain, wind, sun, dust; six months into 2024, and the Peace Region has already seen it all. How and when should we spray in these tough conditions?

  • Alberta Crop Report - June 18, 2024

    As seeding finishes up across the province, the majority of crops need warm weather. Even though some areas still need more rain, many areas around the province have reported surplus moisture and require consecutive hot days to aid in crop development and health.

  • Congratulations to our Local 4-H Societies!

    Congratulations to the members of the Savanna and East-West Woking 4-H Clubs, who celebrated their achievements recently at shows in Savanna and Spirit River. 


Contact Us

Saddle Hills
Junction of Hwy 49 & Secondary Hwy 725
RR1, Spirit River AB
T0H 3G0
T. 780-864-3760
Fax 780-864-3904
Toll-free 1-888-864-3760
frontdesk@saddlehills.ab.ca

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