Canada’s Farm Progress Show Day 1 Wrap Up — Experience Regina

Day 1 of Canada’s Farm Progress Show is in the books, and it was a doozy. Shaun Haney, Lyndsey Smith and Debra Murphy hit the ground running this morning, ready to cover all things machinery. From award winning designs and innovations, to tornado hunters and agvocates, Day 1 of the show was jam packed from start to finish, including a lovely thunder storm to round out the day.

In the audio above, hear Debra Murphy’s is trying to experience Regina, why fancy paint jobs make Shaun Haney happy and, on a much more serious note, how much business happens at Farm Progress Show.

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