Brandon Chamber President PJ Crane, KAP President Doug Chorney and Chamber GM Nathan Peto
The Brandon Chamber of Commerce held its monthly luncheon yesterday and focused on agriculture.
The President of the Keystone Agricultural Producers Doug Chorney talked about flooding and the possibility that some land may go unseeded this spring.
He says its nice to have the opportunity to speak before a largely urban crowd.
Chorney says excess moisture and heavy snow cover will result in flooding and possibly some acres going unseeded this spring.
Chorney spoke to chamber members about bi-pole 3, farm safety, minimum wage, global warming and the future for young farmers.