In part 2 of my interview with Lloyd Dyck, CEO of Brett Young we discuss how the access to credit is a bigger concern than the commodity price volatility for people in agriculture. Lloyd also talks about the forage business at Brett Young, where forage genetics are coming from and how hybrid alfalfa is growing in market share. Lastly Lloyd talks about how the EU finally excepting GMO canola imports will ultimately affect Canadian agriculture.
I would like to thank Lloyd Dyck for taking the time to talk to me and RealAgriculture.com
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