Ballots for the plebiscite on the future of the CWB have been mailed to producers.
Farmers who have a CWB permit book for this year or last, and have delivered wheat or barley in the past five years, should receive their voting package by July 22. If they do not, they should contact Meyers Norris Penny.
Producers without a CWB permit who have grown wheat or barley in the past five years can also apply for a ballot before Aug 8.
Full information and details on the CWB plebiscite can be found at www.cwbvote.ca.
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