Agriculture minister David Marit has outlined a new five year funding agreement with the Canada Farm Progress Show.
Marit says the province will provide 125-thousand-dollars over the next five years to support the show.
The new agreement maintains the 25-thousand-dollars a year provincial support provided over the last five years.
Marit calls the show a key gathering place for farmers, manufacturers and international buyers to develop business relationships.
He says the province is proud to sponsor a show that drives innovation and profiles Saskatchewan as a sound trading partner.
The three day farm show attracts over 40-thousand farmers, manufacturers and industry officials for a global summit on dryland farming innovation.