Thumbs up, Thumbs Down: COFS ’13 Tornado Escapes, Celtic Bands, the Detroit Tigers & More

It’s time once again for the least serious 10 minutes in ag news! And this time the RealAgriculture production team has gone above and beyond the call of duty and put together a truly entertaining package of highlights from Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show.

In this mostly-not-serious edition of Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down, Shaun Haney and Lyndsey Smith cover hard-hitting news items like: should there be year-round toilets at the show? Is the root zone a safe place to find shelter during a tornado? How frizzy can Lyndsey’s hair get? And, perhaps most importantly, are the Detroit Tigers the best team ever? (Shaun says a resounding no).

Click below for this and so much more.

For much more serious coverage of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, click here.

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