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May 28, 2020 | 05:12 1 I guess a video call is above their mental capacity nor is a conference call...

What does meeting in person accomplish with the ag ministers?


Sounds like a delay tactic to addressing issues farmers are facing.

Farm groups should be outraged but it will be the standard pat on the back. ... Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar May 28, 2020 | 05:22 2 After Canola was destroyed, then the harvest of 2019 and the Federal Gov and Prov gov just did sweet **** all I come to the reality is we're all on our own.

    Ag is dying and neither gov gives a rats ass about farmers.

    Oh, every other parasite yea they know how to get cash into there pockets but Canadian farmers aren't that smart.

    Let the Chinese buy more land and that's the plan. Reply With Quote
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  • May 28, 2020 | 05:31 3 GO back to the spring of 2019 when ranchers were dumping cows like crazy because of dry conditions....and the crop that ended up behind because it didn't rain until June 19th....highlights how little they care...

    Go back further in history and you see a pattern developing from the federal government of all stripes that don't give a shit about farmers...

    And farm groups that don't care or have a response to the incompetence....then go to the AGMs of checkoff groups and find for the most part the same group of incompetents.

    Go big or go home is the rally cry . Oh and the carbon tax is bad...and breaking farmers...nope.... the problem is oil is at 1970s prices or lower and we have year 2020 fuel prices...and we don't have indexed grain prices to keep pace...

    Phuck sakes I spend more in fuel than my dad spent on the entire farm in a year and he farmed 50/50....I don't put the hours on machinery like we did 30 years . He made some real coin farming....
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  • May 28, 2020 | 06:05 4 Government shut down until Sept. Ab-Surd! Reply With Quote
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  • May 28, 2020 | 07:05 5
    Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
    Government shut down until Sept. Ab-Surd!
    Maybe now is the time to start separation By the time Tru-dope gets back to work it will be done! Reply With Quote

  • Jun 7, 2020 | 18:55 6
    Quote Originally Posted by bucket View Post
    I guess a video call is above their mental capacity nor is a conference call...

    What does meeting in person accomplish with the ag ministers?


    Sounds like a delay tactic to addressing issues farmers are facing.

    Farm groups should be outraged but it will be the standard pat on the back. ...
    The federal ag minister Bibeau is amongst a crowded protest today.
    Does this mean a video call can now be held without a virus being spread?

    Or isn’t agriculture a very high priority for her? Reply With Quote
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  • Jun 7, 2020 | 19:06 7
    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver88 View Post
    The federal ag minister Bibeau is amongst a crowded protest today.
    Does this mean a video call can now be held without a virus being spread?

    Or isn’t agriculture a very high priority for her?
    The biggest batch of hypocrites in history running this country right now
    Sickening Reply With Quote

  • Jun 7, 2020 | 23:18 8
    Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
    Government shut down until Sept. Ab-Surd!
    The Liberal MP’s all are brave enough to attend mass gatherings but not for going to work. Reply With Quote
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  • Jun 8, 2020 | 08:08 9
    Quote Originally Posted by bucket View Post
    I guess a video call is above their mental capacity nor is a conference call...
    What does meeting in person accomplish with the ag ministers?
    Sounds like a delay tactic to addressing issues farmers are facing.
    Correct, 100% delay tactic. Reply With Quote
    Jun 8, 2020 | 08:21 10 Lefties talk about Trump dividing America. No one has divided a country more than this federal government, if you can call it that. Reply With Quote