Glencore is selling off another chunk of its stake in Viterra, while G3 has received approval to build a new grain terminal at the Port of Vancouver.

The stalemate over glyphosate continues in the EU, hog farmers in Western Canada are concerned about a new outbreak of PED virus, and RealAgriculture is helping raise funds to build a grain entrapment training unit with the Canadian Ag Safety Association — all this and more, here’s This Week on Real Ag:

One thought on “TWORA — McDonald’s Beef, Glyphosate Stalemate & #BeGrainSafe — June 9

  1. Speaking of entrapment systems, we in Ontario need a way to put a leash on some MPPs who are smoking or drinking something too strong

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