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Latest News

February 14, 2017: New appointments to Manitoba Farm Products Marketing Council announced by province

January 25, 2017: Manitoba to streamline farm building code requirements

January 18, 2017: Province announces historic investment in Manitoba’s food-processing sector

January 17, 2017: Governments Update Farmers on Risk Management Programs for 2017


November 18, 2016:
Governments and Industry Collaborate on Made-in-
Manitoba Foods with Health Benefits

What's New 

Consultation to Review The Agricultural Producers' Organization Funding Act: Manitoba Agriculture is seeking input about the current model of funding for Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP). Please provide your feedback before Thursday, March 9, 2017 through this survey.

2017 Guide to Field Crop Protection: The guide will be available in March 2017. It provides information on the use of herbicides, fungicides and insecticides for control of weeds, plant diesases and insects. In March, the guide will be available for pick up at your local Manitoba Agriculture Office for $10 (includes GST) and online.

Seed Manitoba: The Seed Manitoba guide contains agronomic, disease resistance and quality information for all crop varieties to assist farmers in making crop varietal choices.

Farm Machinery Custom and Rental Rate Guide 2016/17: Farm machinery makes up a significant part of the fixed and variable costs for any farm operation. The Farm Machinery Custom and Rental Rate Guide (PDF 966 KB) can help estimate these costs and provide the information you need to maximize farm profitability. Also see the Saskatchewan and Manitoba Farm Machinery Custom and Rental Rate Guide Calculator 2016/17 (Excel 737 KB).

LeadershipTalk Webinar Series: The latest LeadershipTalk webinars focus on building organizational capacity within the agriculture sector. Get helpful information about board engagement, time management, volunteer recognition and more. Watch these webinars here


Upcoming Events

February 28, 2017: Red River Basin Commission Tile Drainage Webinar Series - How Does Tile Impact Downstream Environments?

March 2017: Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month

March 10-11: Manitoba Direct Farm Marketing Conference, Morden


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Upcoming Deadlines

March 1, 2017: Growing Competitiveness - Next Generation

March 31, 2017: Farmland School Tax Rebate

June 1, 2017: Growing Competitiveness - Next Generation

October 15, 2017: Growing Competitiveness - Next Generation


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