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Common Ground
Fri Feb 7, 2014 11:32 AM CST

Representatives of several Canadian farm groups attended the U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) board of directors meeting recently in Washington, D.C., and said they look forward to building a collaborative relationship with U.S. farmers.

"At this meeting, if I closed my eyes and listened, I would think I was at a meeting with Canadian farmers," said Richard Phillips, president of Canada Grains Council. "We will remain competitors, but clearly we face many of the same issues. It makes sense to work together on the challenges shared by farmers on both sides of the border."

Alberta farmers Greg Porozni, chairman of Cereals ...

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