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So was he good for the NFU?  Who is replacing him?

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Sean McGivern Elected NFU Ontario Coordinator
McGivern, who previously served as NFU Local President for the Grey County Local, is a young farmer who operates a thousand-acre certified organic farm.
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The question is not was he good for nfu. I believe tried to open up farmers eyes but farmers dont like to be associated with anything with the word union The rest of the farm organizations can continue being bankrupt in farmleadership

nothing will change, farmers do not have transparancey and accountability of our self serving politicans or helpless and some times self serving trained seal farmleaders
LEADERSHIP IS BANKRUPT

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