Chicken producers pleased with specialty quota ruling
By Manitoba Co-operatorFeatures Business & Policy Association news Business/Policy Canada Livestock Production Market news Poultry Production Production Specialty Production
August 15, 2017, Winnipeg, Man. – The controversy over Manitoba Chicken Producers’ (MCP) new annual specialty quota program has been resolved with both sides satisfied they were treated fairly by a ruling from the Manitoba Farm Producers Marketing Council (MFPMC).
In a ruling in early July the council told MPC to postpone charging administrative fees for 10 years among those participating in the program, recognizing the financial impact the additional fees would have on existing participants. At the same time its ruling stated support for MPC’s move to adopt new policy seeing a need to modernize and update the manner in which chicken is regulated. READ MORE
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