This week’s APAS farm survey highlights disruptions to rural Saskatchewan from the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Todd Lewis says the farm survey found 94 percent are worried about cash flow as they prepare for spring seeding.
He adds one third of those surveyed face disruptions to farm input supplies and farm sales due to the coronavirus.
He says cattle producers have seen wide swings in prices in the past few weeks and the volatile Canadian dollar is a cause for concern.
He adds 51 percent of farmers in the survey are having above average problems with cell and internet service.