RealAg Radio, Feb 16: Canada’s Ag Day, New Machinery & Getting More Ag in the Urban Media

Ed Cassavoy (middle) of the Toronto Star and Owen Roberts of the University of Guelph with Kelvin Heppner.

We’re celebrating Canada’s Ag Day today, as Kelvin and Bern co-host the show from the CropConnect conference in Winnipeg and the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville.

Today’s topics include the latest in the ag equipment world from NFMS, an economic outlook with Glen Hodgson of the Conference Board of Canada, and coinciding with the awareness part of Canada’s Ag Day, a discussion about getting more ag and food stories in urban media with Ed Cassavoy of the Toronto Star and Owen Roberts of the University of Guelph. We wrap up the show with our weekly agronomy update from Peter Johnson — Wheat Pete’s Word.

Listen to RealAg Radio every weekday afternoon at 3pm central on Rural Radio Channel 147 on SiriusXM!

 

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