This Week on RealAg: Rain, Rain, Go Away — Sept 4, 2014

If you’re looking for the latest farm news in a form you can listen to in the cab, on the field, to kill time after the rain, or maybe to fall asleep to, we’re excited to bring you the revamped “This Week on RealAg” podcast.

We’re going to be posting a podcast each week highlighting some of the top stories in the ag world from the previous seven days.

This week, Kelvin Heppner discusses the untimely rains during harvest and the resulting concerns about crop quality, as well as the bee health class action lawsuit filed in Ontario and how oat prices are still under pressure from a shortage of railcars headed south. COOL, the Farm Progress Show in Iowa and the upcoming StatsCan stocks report are also mentioned.

Let us know what you like to hear — send us a tweet or email [email protected]

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