TWORA — AgriStability, Churchill & 100+ Threshing Machines — July 28

Early cereal harvest is beginning in the West as wheat harvest wraps up in Ontario. AgriStability and the next ag policy framework was high on the agenda as ag ministers from across the country met in Calgary, the future of the Port of Churchill is up in the air…

We cover these stories, as well as look ahead to an event in Austin, Man. on Sunday that’s expected to see 125 old threshing machines working simultaneously, and more — here’s This Week on Real Ag:

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