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The Canadian System of Agriculture is a production and marketing strategy for Canadian agricultural products. It is a managed system that regulates the production of grains and legumes, livestock, poultry and products from these animals, with the goal of improving the economic viability, security and sustainability of Canadian agriculture.
The Canadian System of Agriculture was first proposed in the late 1960s by associate deputy minister of Agriculture Preston Manning. Manning identified a number of problems with Canada's agricultural production, including high prices for Canadian exports, a lack of quality control and inconsistent production. He believed that a centrally managed system could fix these issues and improve the economic viability, security and sustainability of Canadian agriculture.
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