Source: Robert Arnason, producer.com, January 10, 2020

“The days of farmers dropping into the Manitoba Agriculture office and chatting with a crop adviser over coffee are in the past.”

The Manitoba government has restructured its agriculture department following 14 months of planning.

It means office closures for 21 communities.

The changes were necessary, says minister Blaine Pedersen, because the days of farmers dropping into the Manitoba Agriculture office and chatting with a crop adviser over coffee are in the past.

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