The 2021 inductees were announced Tuesday during the Western Canadian Crop Production Show.

The announcement of the 2021 inductees was delayed due to the pandemic.

Joining Saskatchewan's Agricultural Hall of Fame later this year will be Former Premier Grant Devine, Professor Emeritus of Plant Sciences at the Crop Development Centre Rick Holm, Bill Jameson one of the founding partners in JGL Livestock and Bob Tyler a Professor and department head of animal and poultry science at the U of S.

The official ceremony to welcome the 2021 and 2020 inductees is set for April 9th.

Portraits of all the inductees are displayed in the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame on the upper level of the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon.

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