Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down — Canada’s Farm Progress Show Edition

It was quite a week in Regina — flash floods, giant equipment roll outs and Saskatchewan field editor Debra Murphy’s first chance at covering a farm show.

No farm show that RealAgriculture.com attends would be quite complete without a signature Thumbs up, Thumbs down piece, and so, without further ado, I give you the Day 3 wrap up. (Listen to Day 1 here and Day 2 here). In this video, we hear what the editorial team thinks of not just the show, but also the product launches, fashion faux pas, the CWB Alliance and Regina itself. I encourage you to watch it right through to the end, as @RealAgVideoGuy has truly outdone himself with the added production features and a quick tip of the hat to 80’s rock bands and BMW drivers who can’t, well, drive.

Click here to see all of RealAgriculture.com’s coverage of the show.

Coverage of Canada’s Farm Progress Show is brought to you by Syngenta Canada.

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