For another consecutive year, Saskatchewan's roots in agriculture production are proving to be very profitable. In an already thriving sector, crop production in the province increased 10 per cent in 2011. Recognized around the world for being a consistent, reliable source of commodity exports, the agriculture industry is a key player in the success of the provincial economy. The Saskatchewan agriculture industry accounts for over 1/3 of the province's total exports, shipping out over $1 billion in each cereal grains (wheat, oats, rye, barley), oilseeds (canola and flax) and pulses (peas and lentils).
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