Wall boasts of agriculture record but doesn't dig deep for election promises

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EMERALD PARK, Sask. - Premier Brad Wall has talked up his party's past help for farmers and ranchers at the opening of a new agriculture equipment dealership east of Regina.

Wall says his government provided a lot of financial support to producers hard hit by unprecedented flooding over the last two years.

The premier also says the Saskatchewan Party fulfilled promises to fund federal-provincial agriculture programs and improve crop insurance coverage.

Wall says producers can continue to expect strong support if the Sask. Party is re-elected Nov. 7, but he hasn't offered anything new to the agriculture sector.

A lack of big spending promises during the campaign is part of what Wall says is a plan to keep costs in check.

He has laid out an election platform that he says focuses on growth and affordability for residents and government.

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