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Three Farmers: 5 lessons to take your product from field to shelf

  For entrepreneurs Natasha and Elysia Vandenhurk, the success of Three Farmers Camelina oil came from hard work, belief in their product and a commitment to telling the story of the farmers who grow it. •When one door closes, another opens – stay determined and find a way to break in •See your product through […] Read more

KAP delegates vote to consider more carbon tax options at April 20 meeting

The Manitoba government says it is putting a price on carbon emissions. To ensure competitiveness Keystone Agricultural Producers’ (KAP) standing policy is farmers should be exempted from paying a tax on carbon emitted from farm production, including emissions from burning fossil fuels, applying fertilizer, as well as methane from livestock and manure storage. On April […] Read more



Buy or rent farmland: Which option is right for you?

Deciding whether to buy or rent farmland can be a difficult decision. Lance Stockbrugger explains the benefits of both in this video. · Interest rates affect land prices – the lower they are, the less overall cost for the land · Far too often, people make land purchasing decisions based on emotional reasons rather than […] Read more


Spring flooding in Souris

Alexis Stockford of the Manitoba Co-operator offers a quick update on spring flooding in southern Manitoba with this report from Souris.



Buy or lease farm equipment: Which option is right for you?

Deciding whether to buy or lease farm equipment can be a difficult decision. Lance Stockbrugger explains the differences between buying and leasing in this video. · When it comes to farm equipment, most people choose to buy rather than lease · In most cases people choose leases for tax purposes, but often times purchasing equipment […] Read more