TWORA — Crop Quality Concerns, Earls’ Apology and the Cattle Industry Comes Together — Aug 11

Harvest is off to a wet start in much of Western Canada, putting a damper on potential quality and yield. We hear from Neil Townsend of FarmLink Marketing Solutions on this week’s podcast, discussing how the wheat market looks as harvest ramps up.

As well, cattle people from across the country are in Calgary this week for the inaugural Canadian Beef Industry Conference. Among the first people to address the crowd — Moe Jessa, president of Earls, outlining the restaurant company’s plans for sourcing beef.

After a break last week, here’s a new TWORA podcast:

 

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