The vice president of Keystone Agricultural Producers says farmers should be the ones to decide their future. 



The comment comes at the heels of Adrian Measner's dismissal by the federal government, as they pursue an end to the CWB's marketing monopoly. 


Ian Wishart is looking forward to the upcoming plebiscite, calling it a fair process. 


But while there's been much debate on the board's monopoly, Wishart says he's looking for more details on the impact of scrapping the single desk. 


Until that's discussed, he's not sure if producers can make a decision on the wheat board's future. 


Wishart adds under current regulations, changes made to the CWB may not be reversible.