Action and amalgamation: 5 highlights of CropConnect ’20

(Manitoba Wheat and Barley/Twitter)

The last of the major Prairie crop conferences — the CropConnect Conference — was held at Winnipeg, Man., this week, with a sold-out crowd braving some quintessential Manitoba farm show season weather to hear from several dozen speakers, and discuss opportunities and plans for 2020. Here are some of the takeaways from the two-day event: Action ASAP: Carbon tax, BRM, and blockades Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau made an appearance at the start of the two-day conference, but it’s clear farmers are still frustrated with the lack of action that’s coming from the federal agriculture minister. On top of the stalling on…

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