TWORA, Sept 30: Fall Weather & Water Issues

Harvest rolls on across the country — will the rains stay away? We hear from DTN’s senior ag meteorologist on this week’s podcast.

There’s been a more-than-100 percent increase in North American media coverage of agriculture-related water issues in the last year, as we hear from American public relations expert Jay Byrne on what this means for agriculture…

Although unintended, a bill brought to the House of Commons could potentially criminalize parts of livestock agriculture as we know it…

And farm writers from across the country are meeting in the Paris of the Prairies…

All that and more, here’s This Week on Real Ag:

 

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