PepsiCo began cutting funding to breeding programs in Canada in the middle of last year, including Agriculture Canada’s breeding program at Brandon, which helps support programs across Western Canada. Funding was also pulled from Agriculture Canada’s oat-breeding program in Ottawa.
Funding loss a blow to oat research
Announcing the Winners of the 4th Annual Oats Recipe Contest
Press Release Mexico City, Mexico – June 29, 2018 The Prairie Oat Growers Association of Canada...
Location:Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre, Winnipeg, MB. (As part of The CropConnect...
Considering the recently announced “Tax Planning Using Private Corporations” tax plan, POGA has...
Manitoba Oats Featured on "Great Tastes of Manitoba"
A delicious recipe made with Manitoba oats was showcased on the Sept. 23, 2017 episode of “Great...
Canada to Plant as Much as 13% More Oats
Canadian farmers were expected to increase acres planted to oats by 12% to 13% from 2016,...