Reports

 

 

Manitoba has been a leader in industrial hemp production and processing since hemp was legalized in Canada in 1998. Click above to learn more. 


 

Canola is a Canadian invention derived from rapeseed, but with vastly improved nutritional values. Click above to learn more.

 

78 per cent of Manitoba’s beef cattle are
on cow-calf operations. Click above to
read the 2022 report.


Manitoba is the largest pig-exporting
province in Canada.
 Click above to read
the 2022 report.


Soybean is Manitoba’s third most important crop, generating $434 million
in 2019. Click above to learn more.


Wheat is the second most important food crop in Manitoba, contributing $1.13 billion in 2019. Click above to learn more.


Click above to read the Sheep and Lamb Market Report.

Click above to read the Manitoba Protein Advantage Investment Attraction sheet in Japanese.

Click above to read the Manitoba Protein Advantage Investment Attraction sheet in Cantonese.


Click above to read about the Manitoba
Protein Advantage
 in Japanese.

Click above to read about the Manitoba Protein Advantage in Cantonese.

Click above to learn about perennial grains: soon to be in our fields and on our
plates - a first in Canada.


Click above to learn about perennial grains: from grain to grazing - the intermediate wheatgrass potential.

Click above to read the Manitoba Hemp Research Impact Report.

Click above to read the Impact of COVID-19 on Protein Consumer Behaviour Report.