Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers (MPSG) wants to hear from its members.
The organization is conducting a survey to help shape its operations, from research and production to communications and management.
“The pulse and soybean industry has seen a lot of change since MPSG conducted its last survey,” says MPSG Executive Director Francois Labelle. “As an association, we want to make sure our priorities are meeting the needs of our growers, helping them make their farms and the industry they operate in as profitable and sustainable as possible. We are very much looking forward to the results of this survey and we urge all MPSG members to take the time to fill it out.”
The last membership survey was conducted in 2013 and since that time, soybean acres have increased exponentially. Pulse acres have also seen a noticeable spike in interest due to strong prices.
MPSG members will receive a copy of the survey in their mailboxes, or it can also be filled out online at www.manitobapulse.ca