TWORA: Ag Makes its Way into #Elxn41, StatsCan Numbers, & Big Changes Ahead for RealAgriculture

It’s the first week of September and the west is waking up to some frosty mornings, while Ontario watches how high temps can climb with a humidex.

This week has been a rather big one for many, as kids head back to school, harvest kicks into high gear, and, yes, our editor, Lyndsey Smith, has announced she’s moving on.

But before she goes, she gets to host This Week on RealAg, where she sums up the week’s biggest ag news — from Bern’s trip down south to Farm Progress, to the critical harvest period for hay, and onto to the Canadian Federation of Agriculture announcing an ag leaders debate set for end of the month in Ottawa.

And, in case you missed it, this week’s Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down question also centered around the election. Following on the heels of Kathleen Wynne endorsing Liberal leader Justin Trudeau, we asked, “Should premiers endorse federal candidates?” Have your say, here.

  • Corn School: Building Management Zones with UAVs
  • CFA to host ag leaders debate in Ottawa
  • Wheat Pete’s Word, Sept 2 — Variability in corn, velvetleaf woes, and the critical fall harvest period for hay
  • An editor’s farewell
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