Manitoba Agriculture Food and Rural Initiatives provides programs and services that support our farmers, our rural communities and our diverse agriculture and agri-food sector.
Manitoba Beef Producers is proud to be the voice of the provincial beef industry. Part of that important work is keeping an open line of dialogue with the media to ensure that the voice of our members is heard on breaking news and issues.
Manitoba Pork fostering the sustainability and prosperity of the pork industry for hog farmers and all Manitobans.
Manitoba Pulse Growers Association (MPGA) is a not-for-profit organization that represents 3,000 farmers in Manitoba who grow edible beans, peas, lentils, chickpeas, faba beans, and soybeans.
Prairie Farm Report a site dedicated to bringing you the latest in all areas of farming from shops to grain handling.
The Manitoba Corn Growers Association is headquartered in Carman, Manitoba. The MCGA is directed by a twelve-member grower board of directors dedicated to advancing the corn industry in Manitoba in the areas of market development, promotion, research and education.
Showcasing nutritious, affordable, delicious foods grown by Manitoba’s farmers.Manitoba’s most watched cooking show, Great Tastes of Manitoba, is the province’s longestrunning, locally produced television series and reaches more Manitobans each week thananything on the Food Network.
Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation (MASC) fully supports the province’s producers and rural communities, through innovative and targeted risk management and financial programs.
The Manitoba Canola Growers Association represents farmers in our province that grow canola. MCGA was incorporated on July 8, 1982 under the Manitoba Corporations Act. At this time the organization was funded by a membership.
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