The organization adopted several new policy positions including in the event of the loss of the single desk, lobbying the feds to provide the Canadian Wheat Board with adequate transitional funding.

President David Rolfe says given the Tories move towards marketing choice, K.A.P. felt it was necessary to be forward thinking.

He adds under that scenario the board would need sufficient funding to function in the new environment, especially in light of the costs associated with adapting to the new business structure.

Rolfe stresses the resolution isn't a sign K.A.P. expects the board's monopoly powers to be removed.

He notes it simply is a way for the organization to be proactive in dealing with the possibility.