Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down, Ep. 3 — Plant ’13, Soybeans, Chuckwagons and More

Well, winter won’t end and seeding won’t start, so Shaun Haney and Lyndsey Smith decided it was time to do something to shake things up a bit. Which, for many other media types, could mean writing a witty and intelligent editorial, but not for this RealAg team, no way. Instead, Haney and Smith zip through some of the more timely topics of this very late spring, like mud, snow, heavy metal bands and chuckwagon races, bunny hugs and farmer protests. Oh, yes — you’ll find all that and more in this Sort-of-Spring edition of  Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down.

For a very visual run down of #Plant13 in Canada, click here, and the U.S., click here.

If you cannot see the embedded video, click here.

 

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@RealAg_Debra

Saskatchewanese 101: Referring to a hoodie as a “bunny hug” is only mandatory if the acquisition of said garment required additional funds in the form of PST. 😉

Thanks for the shout-out, and a hearty thumbs-up to RealAg!

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Lyndsey Smith

I wondered about that. Thanks for clearing that up. In my years in Saskatchewan, I did acquire one Bunny Hug and several Rider shirts. But I never, ever harmed a watermelon, for the record.

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