CJOB's Robert Holland reporting
The MBP was hoping to see provisions which were not mentioned such as cattle price insurance, an effective environmental goods and services program and a herd protection program.
However, the Producers are happy there was a commitment in the budget to the forage restoration program for pasture and hayland, flooded in the spring of 2011.
MBP president Ray Armbruster says it's a critical program for those still suffering from the flood.
The group has also welcomed the budget increase to Infrastructure and Transportation and encourages the government to restore provincial highways within the Shoal Lakes complex, Lake Manitoba region, the southwest part of the province and other areas in which provincial highways were damaged by last year's flood.