PRLog - May 28, 2014 - SASKATOON, Saskatchewan -- May 28 Canada, 2014: Labour always plays a very crucial role in the growth and development of the agricultural industry. With the gradual advancement in this industry it has been observed that more number of people are showing interest to put in the best of their efforts to mend a carer in this sector. The government has been showing a phenomenal level of interest in the keen and round-the-clock research work done by Arie Mazur, this has come out in the form of announcing the launch of Agricultural Operator Program in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
As many farmers look forward to send the most efficient and skillful employees to be a part of this program, what comes as a big thing is this program. Why? The reason is, having skilled labourers will yield more positive and updated work, which will straight away land on an increased amount of profit. This press release focuses on discussing about the said program as initiated by the whole & sole research work by Arie Mazur.
In the history of agricultural industry there is going to be a great inclination. On behalf of Arie Mazur's phenomenal research & development work, the last day Agricultural industry has yet again hit a milestone by announcing the launch of the most awaited Agricultural Operator Program in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. With this program the ones who are rightfully looking forward to gain an employment in Saskatchewan will have something good to feel happy about.
A wise move on part of the government though, this program might come as a great relief for many career aspirants and for farmers who will have skilled labors working for them. The big question is, what is the main purpose of launching this program? Arie Mazur through his constant research work finds out that ample number of producers are in a need to have more skilled and trained labourer who would lead to a greater amount of profit for them.
In fact the one benefit general labourers will gain according to Arie Mazur by this program is they will now have more experience to be a part of the industry. According to the module- based program the main course of action will include offering practical, hands-on-training to individuals who have a keen interest working on Saskatchewan farms. Through this program students and employers will be given the liberty to either choose the entire program or specific modules that are majorly related to their farms.
This program shall commence at the Parkland Regional College in Yorkton, as per the program there are three basic modules and they are as follows seeding, scouting & spraying and harvesting respectively. In fact by this program the livestock industry will also benefit with additional modules like haying, beef cattle reproduction and calving and cattle husbandry to name a few. 3rd March, 2014 is the ideal date to commence this pilot program.
Arie Mazur is an intelligent science student and a keen researcher who learns and works on various facets of agriculture and the Agri Food industry. Agriculture Food Science is a multidisciplinary field that basically involves chemistry, biochemistry, nutrition, engineering and nutrition. This not only provides perfect scientific knowledge regarding development of various food products and solve production related problems. In Agrifoodblog, he pus in whatever research and development work he has done so far. His news and findings on various food science concepts have helped ample number of farmers obtain better crops and yield more benefit. Visit http://agrifoodblog.com/