Opinion

It has been a really tough ninety days if you are a die-hard believer in the need to develop a code of practice for grain production in Canada. Although other agricultural sectors have had national codes for years, the concept has really struggled to gain support with grain farmers on the Prairies in and outside of the consultations. After talking to people involved in drafting the code, farmers in favour, farmers against, crop commissions feeling unheard on their concerns, and stakeholders who are indifferent, it’s difficult to see how this concept moves ahead until a better justification can be explained,…

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