Commission plans to ask Tribunal to throw out appeals on pork ruling

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Appeals ‘not made in good faith’ lawyer’s letter says

Update: Thurs. February 12, 2009, 4:27 PM


WOW, the true colours of the FPMC finally show through. after ram rodding a hearing through last summer, now our beloved commission is telling prodcuers they don't have enough interest in the hog industry for the Tribunal to bother listening to them. Perhaps the it is time for the Premier to take note of the trouble in this ministry.

away from home I read this
it shows the colour of the organizations we as producers depend on

rein m.

As a smaller farrow to finish family farm that works overtime during the cropping season with no extra help ,therefore has no time to sit in Guelph for five days, we are extremly disappointed that the Farm Products Commisson seems to think our input in the decisions being made are of no value in the future of our industry.

I think that as producers we would do well to consider the history of the situation and not let emotion and politics run our industry. coconcerned hog farmer.

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