Canadian producers are being asked to share their views on proposed changes to seed royalty structures for cereal crops in a new online survey.
Keystone Agricultural Producers, the voice of farmers in Manitoba, will be advocating for the major issues that face the agriculture industry during the upcoming provincial election campaign, president Bill Campbell announced.
Keystone Agricultural Producers recognizes the federal government – and in particular Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau and International Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr – for their announcement of assistance for canola producers.
At Keystone Agricultural Producers’ recent spring Advisory Council meeting, KAP members discussed a wide range of issues – especially the current canola crisis.
Keystone Agricultural Producers acknowledges the recent announcement from the province that the new training requirements for commercial truckers with Class 1 licenses will be delayed a year for farmers.
KAP has long called for highspeed internet access in rural communities – and the new budget promised to add new money to existing investments to make this happen, says Bill Campbell, president of Keystone Agricultural Producers.
The President of Keystone Agricultural Producers says the most significant benefit of the Manitoba Government’s just released 2019 provincial budget is the reduction of the provincial sales.
Farmers from across Manitoba met this past week in Winnipeg at the Keystone Agricultural Producers 35th annual meeting, calling on their organization to address a wide range of issues.
The Canadian and Manitoba governments are investing more than $1.1 million over five years in the Keystone Agricultural Producers to deliver the Farm Safety Program and to develop safety tools, training and resources for farmers in Manitoba.