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February 14 & 15, 2018 at the Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre in Winnipeg

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February 15 and 16, 2017 at the Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre in Winnipeg

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February 15 and 16, 2017 at the Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre in Winnipeg

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February 10 and 11, 2016 at the Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre in Winnipeg

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The mission of the MFGA:

To improve the economic returns and agronomic benefits to Manitoba flax growers through research, promotion and communication.

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The mission of the MFGA:

To improve the economic returns and agronomic benefits to Manitoba flax growers through research, promotion and communication.

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The mission of the MFGA:

To improve the economic returns
and agronomic benefits to Manitoba
flax growers through research,
promotion and communication.

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The mission of the MFGA:

To improve the economic returns and agronomic benefits to Manitoba flax growers through research, promotion and communication.

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The Manitoba Flax Growers Association (MFGA) was established and incorporated in 1999 to represent the interest of Manitoba flax growers.

Our goal is to increase profitability for flax producers by raising the status of flax through research.

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The Manitoba Flax Growers Association (MFGA) was established and incorporated in 1999 to represent the interest of Manitoba flax growers.

Our goal is to increase profitability for flax producers by raising the status of flax through research.

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The Manitoba Flax
Growers Association

(MFGA) was established
and incorporated in
1999 to represent the
interest of Manitoba
flax growers.

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The Manitoba Flax
Growers Association

(MFGA) was established
and incorporated in
1999 to represent the
interest of Manitoba
flax growers.

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The Benefits of FLAX!

Canadian flax is a high quality food. Flax contains the omega-3 fatty acid, alpha-linolenic acid (ALA); fibre; and lignans.

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The Benefits of FLAX!

Canadian flax is a high quality food. Flax contains the omega-3 fatty acid, alpha-linolenic acid (ALA); fibre; and lignans.

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of Flax!

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News Release – Commodity Groups Develop Amalgamation Roadmap

Carman, MB – November 2 – The five commodity groups that signed an MOU in May to explore an amalgamation have met with Manitoba Agriculture, developed a comprehensive member consultation plan and are excited to announce the release of a summary report that will be made available to farmers in December.

“The silos of agriculture are crumbling, like it or not. It’s a change we’ve all observed over the years,” says Eric Fridfinnson, Chair of the Manitoba Flax Growers Association. “This approach – the approach we’ve been working on – has the whole farm in view. We want farmers to have access to commodity-specific information as well as resources that deal with the health and sustainability of their entire farm operations, from rotation BMPs to soil health to multiple-crop growing tips.”

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News Release – Exploration of Potential Commodity Group Merger Taking Shape

Winnipeg, MB – August 31 – The roadmap exploring the potential merger of five provincial commodity organizations is starting to take shape following a series of productive meetings and a unanimous commitment to ensuring the process remains farmer-driven.

“This is a watershed moment for agriculture in Manitoba,” says Myron Krahn, president of Manitoba Corn Growers Association. “The directors involved in this process still have a lot of questions and there is still a lot of work to do, but progress on developing a comprehensive member-consultation plan has been made. As farmers, we need to make sure we look at the health and sustainability of the whole farm and not just one commodity over another.”

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