Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP) welcomes Budget 2022 and is pleased to see the provincial government address key advocacy issues that have been raised by KAP over the years.
Farmer delegates from across Manitoba met virtually this week at Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP) 38th annual meeting, which emphasized the fact that collaboration is essential to agriculture.
Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP) has released six recommendations to address key issues facing Manitoba’s agriculture industry as the Government of Manitoba develops Budget 2022. The budget recommendations address economic competitiveness, the environment, labour and public trust.
Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP) is outlining its four priorities for the next federal government as the 44th Canadian federal election gets underway.
A collaboration between the University of Manitoba, Red River College and Keystone Agricultural Producers, driven by the need for an agricultural safety training tool, has produced a unique vehicle that will help predict, teach and demonstrate tractor roll overs.
The Manitoba Farm Safety Program, a program of Keystone Agricultural Producers, is celebrating Canadian Ag Safety Week by holding a free, one-day conference in Morden, Manitoba on March 20, 2020.
Keystone Agricultural Producers, together with the Canadian Young Farmers Forum and presenting sponsor Farm Credit Canada, are pleased to announce the 2020 Manitoba Young Farmers Conference.
Keystone Agricultural Producers announced that Manitoba producers will have paid almost $1.7 million in carbon tax related to the cost of drying grain on their corn alone by the time this harvest season ends.
One in eight Canadian jobs relies on the agriculture industry and the next federal government needs to focus on restoring trade for products grown and produced here in Canada, Keystone Agricultural Producers president Bill Campbell said.