Producer Panel: Farming on the Canadian Border, Trade, Immigration, and President Elect Trump

As Canadians, we love to speculate on what the impact will be for farmers under the Trump presidency. The degree of changes as it relates to the EPA, trade, and immigration are all up for debate.

At the recent Montana Grain Growers meeting in Great Falls, Shaun sat down with three Montana farmers in this latest edition of Shaun’s signature producer panel.

The panel chats about agronomy, growth of pulses in the Great Plains, president-elect Trump, and whether Canadians should be jealous of their farming U.S. neighbours. The panel members are: Chris Maloney, Terry Angvick, and Randy Wolentz, all from the great big sky state of Montana.

 

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