Vision Statement – That wheat and barley are profitable and internationally competitive crop choices for Manitoba farmers.
Mission Statement – To grow the potential of wheat and barley as profitable and sustainable production choices for Manitoba growers through leadership and strategic investments in research, market development and communications.
Core functions: Research & Market Development
Support functions: Communication, advocacy, advisory, education, administration and governance.
Manitoba Wheat and Barely Growers Association have begun to build research relationships and commit to funding, managing and monitoring research projects that will advance the interests and potential profitability of Manitoba growers.
After an extremely dry summer that hindered crop development, farmers are now seeing late season moisture that is impacting quality in areas all over Western Canada. Farmers have expressed significant concerns with sprouting in particular. We are releasing this information to help you with strategies to maximize your return. Concerned…Read More
With the 2019 wheat harvest well under way, the Canadian Grain Commission would like to remind everyone in Canada’s grain industry from grain producers to exporters about the important role we all play in ensuring the integrity of Canada’s wheat classes. Wheat classes are a key part of our grain…Read More
Carman, MB – September 18, 2019 – Five Manitoba commodity groups continue to move forward for potential amalgamation with the continued commitment to providing information to members. Members will vote in-person at the annual general meetings as part of the CropConnect Conference on February 12 and 13, 2020. Read full…Read More
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The Manitoba Kernel
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The Manitoba Kernel is sent out bi-annually in the spring and fall with the Manitoba Cooperator. The next edition will be mailed out fall 2019.