Fall is a special time for farmers. It has always been my favorite time of year. But fall is also filled with long hours, large equipment and lack of time as frost and rain loom ahead. This can be a dangerous combination.

Farmers today, no matter what they are producing, belong to or support a number of agriculture associations and organizations.  These industry groups are working on your behalf and as a farmer, you are better off because of their work.  However, I am likely biased on this assessment.  When does it become too much?  Does Canadian agriculture really need all these organizations?

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Cereals Canada is a national, not-for-profit organization that brings a broad and diverse collaboration of partners from all sectors of the cereals value chain.