Farmers debating how to approach government on carbon tax, Tim Hortons goes to Mexico while a couple competitors launch all-day breakfasts in Canada, and does anybody really watch the NHL All-Star Game? — it’s all on this Friday edition of RealAg Radio.

Guests include Manitoba Ag Minister Ralph Eichler on his government’s plan to reduce red tape that’s holding up new livestock barn construction (yes, pigs, but dairy and poultry too), author Jim Thomas with part two of his talk on “negotiating to win,” and another author, Doug Lipp, formerly of Disney U, on creating a healthy and inspiring workplace culture (he’s going to be at CropConnect in Winnipeg.)

Just a heads-up — next week we’ll be on the road, broadcasting/podcasting from FarmTech in Edmonton and NCBA in Nashville.

Catch RealAg Radio every weekday afternoon at 3pm central on Rural Radio Channel 147 on SiriusXM.

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