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Province Wants Feedback From Ag Sector

The province launched an online public engagement opportunity seeking feedback on a broad range of agricultural sector issues and opportunities from Manitoba’s producers and industry.
“Engaging with farmers allows us to collect important information and make informed decisions and recommendations with my provincial and federal colleagues across the country this October at the annual conference of ministers of agriculture,” said Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Blaine Pedersen. “We are committed to bringing the voices of farmers forward.”
The province is seeking public input in four areas: business risk management, market opportunities, innovation and technology, and resiliency.
This engagement complements an in-person, week-long tour by the minister that included multiple stops in rural Manitoba in an open dialogue format.
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