RealAg Radio, Oct 27: #HotAirColdTruth, CETA Back on Track & the New Way of Marketing Milk

There’s never before been this much discussion about greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture, according to Mario Tenuta, University of Manitoba ecologist who’s been studying emissions from ag for longer than he’s willing to admit.

Tenuta joins hosts Kelvin Heppner and Bern Tobin (hey, it’s Bern filling in!) on today’s show to discuss his Twitter discussion “#hotaircoldtruth,” some of the basics about carbon emissions in Canadian ag, and how government policy could be designed to reduce emissions.

Bern also shares some of his highlights from the World Dairy Expo, and we introduce you to Peter Johnson and Wheat Pete’s Word here on RealAg Radio. Enjoy!

Tune in each weekday to SiriusXM’s Rural Radio Channel 147 at 4 p.m. (eastern) to hear the day’s show!

 

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