Opinion

Canadian farmers who own dairy or poultry quota may not have to live with the stress that comes from marketing a product on a volatile open market, but their stress comes in another form: the worry that the federal government will pull the rug (or one of the three pillars) out from under the regulatory structure that supports Canada’s dairy and poultry farms. Quite literally, the stroke of a pen could wipe out the value of quota and the guaranteed market that supply management provides. When buying quota, a farmer hopes that doesn’t happen before they’ve paid it off. The…

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